I still don’t know how this happened, but one thing is sure, I feel very honored to be part of this rock ‘n’ roll photo exhibit. Presented by Castelli Art Space, the exhibit will feature 16 great photographers (besides me) who have shot tons of concerts, at large and small venues, all across the US. From the Pacific Northwest to San Francisco and Los Angeles, stopping along the way to New York City, we are 17 photographers trying to show all the facets of the very diverse music scene. If you go to the exhibit, you will be able to see live pics by Donna Balancia, Jeff Cuyubamba, Carmin Edwards, Julie Gardner, Greg Gutbezahl, Kristian Hoffman, Angela Izzo, Louis Jacinto, Ruth E Kaiser, Anthony Mehlhaff, Randall Michelson, Rick Nyburg, George Seminara, Jimmy Steinfeldt, Julian David Stone, Mari Tamura and William Wayland.
Greg Gutbezahl is organizing the show, and each one of these photographers is bringing a unique look and take on capturing stage excitement and live action. Among the many artists who are featured in the exhibit, you will find renown artist George Seminara, a professional photographer who has shot about everybody but especially the Ramones!
‘It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll! Photography from the Edge Taken Front and Center’, is happening from August 24th to September 2nd, at Castelli Art Space, and everyone should come at the opening night party on Friday, August 24th, as Howie Pyro will be DJing the party.
Here is all you need to know:
The exhibit is curated by Greg Gutbezahl and Carlos Iglesias at:
Castelli Art Space
5428 W Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016
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