Gail Buckland - Bob Gruen - Jason Borucki
Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC
Nov 7 2009
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with thanks to Brooklyn Museum of Art and Eleanor W.
|"Who Shot Rock & Roll"|
This was the second panel discussion complementing the 'Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present' exhibit of rock music photography at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. In this one curator Gail Buckland was joined by veteran photographer Bob Gruen, famous for his iconic pictures of John Lennon, the Sex Pistols, and The Clash, and a younger up-and-comer Jason Borucki. Gail first talked about her criteria and the effort involved in putting together the massive exhibit - the first of its kind at a major museum - and the accompanying book. Then Bob gave us an engaging illustrated tour through his storied career. Jason gave us insight on how it is for an aspiring pro snapper in this day and age. Lastly there was some lively Q&A. The whole piece runs just under an hour.
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|DVD1679. Gail's book "Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History 1955 to the Present" is available at the Brooklyn Museum, bookstores, and Amazon. The exhibit will continue at the Brooklyn Museum of Art thru Jan 2010, and will then travel across the USA thru 2011.|
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