Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, organized by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator and author Gail Buckland, is the first major museum exhibit on rock and roll to spotlight the creative and collaborative role that photographers have played in the history of rock music. This exhibit, which features an original short documentary film produced exclusively for the Annenberg Space for Photography, catches and defines the energy, intoxication, rebellion and magic of rock and roll. It explores the photographs and photographers who captured rock’s message of freedom and personal reinvention – and examines the effect their pictures have had on musicians, fans and culture itself. Open to the public June 23 – October 7 at The Annenberg Space for Photography.
The Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067
LOCATION, PARKING, AND CHECK-IN
Self-parking in the underground garage at Century Park is a flat rate of $1 with validation. To access self-parking, please enter from Constellation, between Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East. Park on Levels P1 through P4 and follow the signs to the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Take the escalator or elevator to “A” or “Street” level, exit the building towards the Century Park and follow the directional signage for check-in. Please bring your parking ticket with you to have it validated.
Guests must check-in for credentials upon arrival to gain access to concerts.
Please note: NO validation for valet parking is available. We strongly suggest you do not valet park. All concert-goers must exit the parking structure before midnight for validation to be in effect.