By Evan Hosie
Frank Zappa in pigtails; Elvis kissing a model; Dylan starring the viewer down; the Sex Pistols in all their fury: these are just a few of the iconic images from the Who Shot Rock & Roll exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles.
It is an amazing trip through 1955 to the present, documented by world-class rock n’ roll photographers such as Amy Arbus, Diane Arbus, Henry Diltz, and Lynn Goldsmith, to name just a few.
In addition, there is a stirring 30 minute film which captures the times in all their black and white and color glory, from Elvis to REM.
Celebrities like Mena Suvari came out in their rock ‘n’ roll leathers to open the event, but the real stars were rocks’ pioneers, captured for just a moment in time.
To watch the video teaser for the exhibit, click here.
When she’s not shopping or testing beauty products, Evan Hosie writes gadget reviews for the site Popgadget.net
Melissa Myers has worked as an entertainment journalist for ten years,
both in London and New York.
She has done a daily gossip column on British newspaper the Daily Star
where she interviewed everyone from Tom Cruise and George Clooney to
Simon Cowell and Jennifer Lopez. She also worked as the News Director
of In Touch in New York for the past six years, before launching her
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