Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History - 1955 to the Present
Aired On: Jun 28, 2012
Gail Buckland speaks about the stories behind the photographs in the Who Shot Rock & Roll exhibit, which is based on her original research.
Gail Buckland is an author, educator, consultant, curator and authority on photography. She is the author or collaborator on fourteen books of photography and history, including The American Century and They Made America with Harold Evans.
In 2008, the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, where Buckland served as curator, awarded her their...
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PhotographerGail Buckland is an author, educator, consultant, curator and authority on photography.
Who Shot Rock & Roll spotlights the creative and collaborative role that photographers played in the history of rock music.