Bob Marley, Junior Marvin, and David Burnett  //

Last Tuesday night I saw the new documentary feature film Marley, about the life journey of Bob Marley… it was brilliant. Jah Rastafari! I asked guitarist extraordinaire, Junior Marvin, Marley’s lead guitarist from 1977 until his death in 1981, to join me along with photojournalist extraordinaire David Burnett, whose photographs of Bob Marley are featured […]

Mick Rock on NPR  //

Last Saturday National Public Radio broadcast a terrific interview and story with photographer Mick Rock who recently had an exhibition at the W Hotel in Washington. That exhibition is currently touring other W Hotels around the country. Mick is a great story teller and has a rich ‘on-air’ voice. If you haven’t heard the broadcast […]

Donovan/Rock & Roll Hall of Fame/Sound and Vision  //

This weekend Donovan will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. What a great celebration it will be. Donovan is also featured in the traveling museum exhibition Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography in Barry Feinstein’s extraordinary portrait taken of him in New York City in 1964. Donovan is close […]

Baseball, President Eisenhower, and Elvis Presley  //

The baseball season begins today, so spring must really be here. This photo of President Eisenhower, throwing out the game ball for a New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers World Series game in New York City, was taken by the legendary Cuban photographer Osvaldo Salas. What a great photo it is! Elvis at 21: Photographs […]

Bono, The Chieftains, President Obama and the Taoiseach  //

What a confluence of wonderful events around the time of St. Patrick’s celebrations over the past several days. As Irish Ambassador Michael Collins told the Washington Post “St. Patrick’s day is no longer a day – it’s a week, it’s a festival.” To begin with, Govinda Gallery is delighted to announce that Carlotta Hester has […]

Musician Chuck Leavell at the Columbus Museum  //

Honorary forest ranger and musician Chuck Leavell at the Columbus Museum for Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography.

Happy Birthday George Harrison  //

I so much enjoyed Martin Scorsese’s recent film documentary on the the life of George Harrison, Living in the Material World, that was broadcast by HBO in October, 2011. I also treasure Olivia Harrison’s book of the same title that was published by Abrams at the same time. I was most fortunate to spend an […]

Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography  // Photographs

Clinch · Benson · Brodsky · Feinstein · Gassian · Gorman · Kane · Kramer · Mankowitz · Mannion · Marshall · Rock · Seliger · Simon · Smith · Stefanko · Vollmer · Waterman · Wertheimer · Wolman
Exhibition Dates:  2012

Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography examines the crucial connection between the visual image and rock music. Organized by The Columbus Museum and guest curator Christopher Murray of Govinda Gallery in Washington, D.C., Sound and Vision presents an extraordinary look at the intersection between popular music and great photography.

Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography at The Columbus Museum in Columbus, GA  //

Sound and Vision @ The Colombus Museum, Columbus, GA Jan. 7th, 2012 – April 1st, 2012

Happy Birthday Bob Marley  //

Happy Birthday Bob Marley February 6th 2012.

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