The Griffin Museum of Photography wants to thank Mark LeSaffre and the crew at A Street Frames, 4 Clarendon St, Boston, for hosting the Museum’s exhibitions in the South End space. We encourage visitors to check out what A Street has to offer and support this incredible place! Thanks again!
Don’t miss our Rock and Roll exhibit at this location, opening this Thursday.
Rock & Roll
A Group Show
The Griffin Museum of Photography
By Digital Silver Imaging
4 Clarendon St, Boston’s South End-A Street Frames
December 8 – January 28
Opening Reception, December 8, 6-8 PM
How do you define rock & roll when the performers and their fans are a changing mass of millions who span more than 50 years and live around the world? This exhibit attempts to answer that question with a display of 19 silver gelatin and color prints of musical legends and current artists. Newly discovered, printed and limited edition images from the Beatles first American tour by Mike Mitchell are featured alongside Blondie, Fergie and Lady Gaga. Other performers are portrayed on and off stage by veteran photographers with intimate access, including Herbie Greene, Ron Pownall, and Bob Gruen.
On January 28, the gallery hosts a small panel of rock & roll experts discussing the people who made musical history and the photographers who documented the phenomenon.