3.25.2010

JIM MARSHALL + TIMOTHY WHITE: Match Prints Opening

Match Prints: (left) Robert Plant, Los Angeles, CA, 1970 by Jim Marshall (right) Nicole Kidman, New York, NY, 2003 by Timothy White

Photography Heavyweights: Jean-Jacques Naudet (left) Author, Curator and Commissioner of Exhibitions in Arles, with (center) David Schonauer, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. and (right) Achard & Associates, Philippe Achard.

The Opening crowd included actress Glenn Close (center) and photographer Roxanne Lowit (far left) with Stockland Martel photo agent Emily Leonardo

Match Prints Photographer Timothy White and Glenn Close. White photographed the Oscar-nominated actress for the FX series "Damages," in which she stars

Glenn Close with Match Prints Photographer Timothy White

Exhibition film crew captures wall photographs; (top left) by Timothy White, Shirley MacLaine, Los Angeles, CA, 1991; (top right) by Jim Marshall, Shelley Winters, New York, NY, 1963

Celebrity photographer and author, Roxanne Lowit
(gotta see her website!)

MATCH PRINTS
Photographs by Jim Marshall and Timothy White
March 26 - April 24, 2010 Staley Wise Gallery NYC

"Jim Marshall, a photographer who took some of the most famous images of rock and pop musicians, including Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar aflame at the Monterey International Pop Festival and Johnny Cash at San Quentin State Prison, died on Tuesday night (March 23) in a hotel in New York. He was 74."The New York Times, March 24, 2010

5 comments:

Crissant said...

It was a big lost for us.
Woodstock wasn`t the same without him.
Jim Marshall forever!

little augury said...

this looks like one to see-the pairing of these 2 fotographer's work. a loss to the art, but a legacy of images to iconic musicians. pgt

Caio Fernandes said...

lets celebrate his existence ever .
our personal lifes have his direct influence

Patty said...

R.I.P Jim Marshall, you did amazing work and will be sorely missed.

spottedwolf said...

what a imaginative eye Marshall had.....quick to recognize all the subtleties of emotion and camera interplay.......it is a good legacy he leaves.