On a rainy November night in 1961, a young and green Canadian photographer named Douglas Kirkland found himself in a Hollywood studio with nothing but his camera, a bottle of Dom and the most famous woman in the world.
Steve Smith tops Modern Drummer magazine polls, conducts drum clinics and, three weeks ago, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But he’s just like you, Mr. Aspiring Drummer, in one sense: He’s been playing along to Journey albums.
The Gallery of Music & Art in Las Vegas is proud to welcome The Fabric of Rhythm, an exhibition by Steve Smith, drummer for iconic rock band JOURNEY. Smith will be making three very special in-gallery appearances on Thursday, May 4, Thursday, May 11 and Thursday, May 18 from 6:00-8:00pm PST.
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The world famous lensman has captured everyone from Marilyn Monroe to John Lennon
She may be a teenager, but Autumn de Forest has already accomplished more than most hope to do in a lifetime.
The 15-year old artistic prodigy has not only sold millions of dollars in artwork, but she is also the youngest artist ever appointed to the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and the Turnaround Arts program.
On November 17, 1961, a 27-year-old Canadian photographer named Douglas Kirkland photographed one of the world’s biggest stars: Marilyn Monroe.
Taken for the cover of Look magazine’s 25th anniversary, the images show Monroe lying on a bed, swathed in white sheets, staring seductively at the camera.
As the daughter of Salvador Dali’s long-time publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet, Christine Argillet grew up watching the Spanish genius at work.
“He was somebody extraordinary even for a child,” Argillet said. “We were going to Spain during the summers and we would see Dali on a daily basis. We were in the hotel in front of his studio. It was very interesting to see him work. The entire summer he would be working on very large-scale paintings. It was fascinating because you would see him work with so unconventional tools.”
From Marilyn Monroe to Leonardo DiCaprio, Douglas Kirkland has photographed them all!
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