SF Jazz Center exhibit

 A free street exhibit of twenty-four photographs from Jim Marshall's new book, "Jazz Festival," in the windows of the vacant San Francisco Unified School District building, opposite the SF Jazz Center.

The images include those of Tony Williams, Joe Henderson, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Mary Lou Williams, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, and Charles Lloyd.

This installation is the result of a partnership of the estate of Jim Marshall with the SJ Jazz Center and Reel Art Press (the publisher of "Jazz Festival" ).

Jorma Kaukonen

The Psylodelic Gallery at Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Ranch in Pomeroy hosts an exhibit of Jim Marshall’s photographs featured in the bestseller “The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.” The show runs from September 10 through November 30, 2015.

Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles is the first comprehensive retrospective about the life and career of legendary rock impresario Bill Graham (1931–1991.  Graham, one of the most influential concert promoters in history, was a good friend of Jim Marshall, who photographed the impresario over several decades. Twelve of these images are included in the show. More information is here.

Never-before-seen 1960s photographic work by legendary San Francisco rock and roll photographer Jim Marshall is featured in “The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution,” an exhibit opening Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. The show runs through May at the school’s Reva and David Logan Gallery of Documentary Photography at North Gate Hall, located on campus near the intersection of Hearst and Euclid avenues. It is free and open to the public.

Lights (psychedelic). Cameras (Leicas). Action (an exhibit of photos of ‪‎the Haight‬ era by Jim Marshall). All wrapped up in a not-to-be-missed ’60s-style launch event on February 6 at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Leica Camera AG will present three Jim Marshall projects that include photos from the Beatles' last concert and the Rolling Stones tour from 1972, as well as a collection of images captured in the Summer of Love in and around Haight Street, the legendary neighborhood in San Francisco.

During extraordinary times for popular music, photographer Jim Marshall was everywhere that mattered: in the Village in New York City with Bob Dylan, at sound check with Hendrix at Monterey Pop, greeting the sunrise at Woodstock with The Who; and probably flipping the bird right back at Johnny Cash once he caught the moment at San Quentin. The list goes on, beginning in the late 1950s and ending only when he died in 2010.

Portsmouth Guildhall, built in 1890, has played host to such music greats as Duke Ellington, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and David Bowie. It now hosts an exhibit of Jim Marshall's photos of the Rolling Stones from their 1972 West Coast tour.

Sharing the fascinating legacy of Jim Marshall with the world, we have traveled to Italy to present an exhibit of his work in Bologna beginning May 9 at the Ono Arte Contemporanea.