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Rock Photog Exhibit

SNAPPERS: Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, an exhibit featuring some of the most iconic shots in pop music history, is set to open at the Annenberg Space for Photography in L.A.’s Century City (2000 Avenue of the Stars) this Saturday night (6/23) through Oct. 7. The exhibition was curated by Gail Buckland, an author, educator, consultant, curator and authority on photography who has written 14 books, including The American Century and They Made America with Harold Evans. Some of the memorable 166 images represented include photos taken by Henry Diltz, Lynn Goldsmith, Barry Feinstein, Jerry Schatzberg, Danny Clinch, Mark Seliger and Alfred Wertheimer. See a video about the exhibition below. (6/19p)

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