Where can you find rock legends The Ramones, U2, and Elvis all in one place? At the Annenberg Space for Photography, the only museum on the west coast showing “Who Shot Rock & Roll,” an exhibition featuring 166 rock ‘n roll images from over 100 iconic photographers. It includes iconic images like Danny Clinch’s black-and-white shot of a shirtless Tupac with “Thug Life” tattooed acros his abdomen, Albert Watson’s stunning portrait of Mick Jagger overlaid with a leopard, and Richard Kern’s creepy picture of a naked, bloodied Marilyn Manson doing his best “come hither” look.
As the exhibit nears its closing weekend, the museum will extend its gallery hours for the free show – all the way to midnight on Friday and Saturday. If you haven’t seen it or if you have and you want to go again, now’s your chance. The exhibition will be open for nearly 50 hours in its last couple of days in Los Angeles.
The extended hours for the exhibition are:
Thursday, October 18, 10am — 10pm
Friday, October 19, 10am — Midnight
Saturday, October 20, 10am — Midnight
Sunday, October 21, 11am — 6pm
[Portrait of Frank Zappa by Jerry Schatzberg]