Rock 'n' roll and photography need each other — or,
at least, rock musicians need photographers. You can't be a star if you
don't have an image.
what makes a good rock photograph is something to ponder, and "Who Shot
Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present" at the
Brooklyn Museum offers an excellent opportunity to do so.
Organized by the photography historian Gail Buckland, the exhibition
presents more than 175 images by 105 photographers, and includes album
cover art, candid snapshots, publicity portraits and pictures of live
Read the complete review in The New York Times.