Who Shot Rock & Roll

Henry Diltz’s 1985 close up shot of a laughing Tina Turner just lights up the Brooklyn Museum‘s new show Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History 1955 to the Present. Touting this as the first major exhibit on rock & roll “to put photographers in the foreground” the Museum also proclaims that these “images communicate the social and cultural transformations that rock fostered since the 1950s.” The exhibition runs through January 31st, and there is an excellent companion catalog written by Gail Buckland and published by Knopf that illustrates over 200 photographs from the show.

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