The Rolling Stones and Beyond
through August 11th
then reopens September 4th through 8th
Jim Marshall's images are as iconic as the music legends he photographed. Able to go beyond the expected, Marshall captured the quiet moments with skill and shined more than one light on each of his subjects. This show includes 60 images and over 100 vintage album covers that were also Marshall's work. This dual display gives a special texture to different aspects of Marshall's career.
This exhibition was made possible by the dedicated work of Amelia Davis, Marshall's longtime assistant. Davis has worked over the past two years with a mass of negatives to bring together this group of never before seen images of the Rolling Stones' 1972 U.S.tour. There was a desire to share this unknown work by Marshall with the world and after much work a book launch will also be incorporated as part of the project and showing on both coasts- Seattle's EMP Museum and the Steven Kasher Gallery in New York.
The exhibition has gained serious attention from the New York Magazine, Time, and CNN. Links to press below:New York MagazineTimeCNN
More on the show & virtual visit of images at Steven Kasher Gallery