January 1962New York CityBob Dylan in his Greenwich Village apartment with his then girlfriend Suze Rotolo. This month's featured artist is photographer Ted Russell. To correspond with his current exhibition Bob Dylan NYC: 1961-1964 (on view April 4-21, 2016), we're sharing his experience photographing Bob Dylan. From Ted Russell's introduction to his book Bob Dylan NYC:
This month's featured artist is photographer Jack Robinson. To coincide with his photography exhibition, Jack Robinson: From Memphis to LA, on display this month at Mr Musichead Gallery, we're sharing his portraits of musicians and celebrities he photographed during the 1960 and 70s. In 1955, Jack moved to New York City to pursue a career
Gorson pictured above with Bob Marley's mother, Cedella Booker This month's featured artist is Arthur Gorson. Showcasing photographs from his time spent with Bob Marley prior to his departure from Jamaica to promote his newly released album "Catch a Fire." Gorson's iconic images capture the spirit of one of the most influential musicians of all time.
This month's featured artist is photographer William Coupon. Known for his painterly and chiaroscuro style portraits. Coupon has photographed the people of the world, from the tribes of the Amazon to the Presidents of the United States to the punks on the NY streets.
This month’s featured artist is photographer Don Hunstein. The staff photographer at Columbia Records for 30 years, Hunstein captured the greats: Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Barbara Streisand, and Billie Holiday. Read below for more about his time with the legends of rock, blues, and country. Don Hunstein was born in 1928 in Saint
This month’s featured artist is photographer Allan Tannenbaum. We sent him a couple questions about his years as a photographer and shooting New York in the 70s. Read his answers below. Thanks Allan! What is your favorite subject to photograph? My favorite subjects to photograph are people, whether they are in street scenes or studio portraits. I always try