The Wells Fargo Bank branch in The Haight celebrates its world-famous neighborhood as the center of the '60s counterculture movement. After a private unveiling on June 7, the bank officially debuts to the public a new interior, transformed into an art gallery featuring Jim Marshall's iconic '60s photography from the acclaimed book 'The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.' Also included in the exhibit is a selection of concert posters and other historic photos from that era.
As the summer heats up, the final days of "Jim Marshall's 1967" at San Francisco City Hall draws to a close. The free exhibit features a trove of photographs taken by Marshall that capture the vitality of the neighborhood and the multiple scenes and movements that called the Haight and San Francisco their home. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime event!
THE LAST DAY TO VIEW THIS EXHIBIT IS JUNE 23, 2017!
Exhibition Locations: San Francisco City Hall, Ground Floor Exhibition + North Light Court Banners Opening Reception: Thursday, January 26, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Free and open to the public Exhibition Dates: January 26 - June 17, 2017
The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries presents
Jim Marshall's 1967
The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries presents Jim Marshall's 1967, part of a citywide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The exhibition features a trove of photographs taken by Marshall that capture the vitality of the neighborhood and the multiple scenes and movements that called the Haight and San Francisco their home. The exhibit features a selection of 80 images from the thousands Marshall took in one fast-paced calendar year.
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.
San Francisco Board Supervisor Scott Wiener declared October 18, 2014, "Jim Marshall Day" at the San Francisco Art Exchange's launch event for the new book of Jim's work, "The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution." Read more about the event: SF Proclaims Jim Marshall Day.
SXSW attendees are invited to an hourlong All Access panel discussion with Amelia Davis, musicologist Joel Selvin, photographer Jay Blakesberg and musician/educator Jorma Kaukonen, dishing on legendary photographer and Grammy Trustees Award-winner Jim Marshall and his place in music history. Check out the venue and details at http://sxsw.is/1w4611G. Festivities, art and refreshments follow from 4pm to 6pm at ACL-Live’s Jack and Jim Gallery.