The exhibit was remarkably executed. The curator showcased works that depicted quintessential moments in music. Included were explosive stage performances, unobtrusive behind-the-scenes shots, formal portrait sessions, and unguarded moments.
Notable works include Tina Turner shot by Bob Gruen, Jay & Diddy by Seliger, Paul McCartney as seen through Linda Eastman's lens, and Dylan as captured by Don Hunstein.
More about the unbelievable exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum in a later post. Let's just say that I enjoyed this as much [if not more] than the Tate.
Exhibitions: Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History
October 30, 2009-January 31, 2010
Morris A. & Meyer Schapiro Wing, 5th Floor