If you’re looking for something to do this weekend in Los Angeles, I HIGHLY recommend checking out the Who Shot Rock & Roll exhibit at the Annenberg Space For Photography. If you’re into music or photography (or both!), you can’t miss it. It is perfectly edited and curated and the photographs are just…awesome.
Some are iconic (like this one of Led Zeppelin) and some are very intimate moments that is rarely shared with the public. It’s also a treat to read the stories behind the photographs. Also, do take an extra 30 minutes to watch the film they play every hour. You won’t regret it.
This was my favorite photograph – titled “My Love” and captured by the late Linda McCartney.
Annenberg Space For Photography is located in Century City and the exhibit will run until Oct. 21. Admission is free and get your parking ticket validated for the discounted rate.
(All photos taken with my iPhone. They’re very strict about cameras in the building so I wouldn’t even bother bringing one.)