NEW YORK, April 10 -- In addition to being celebrated as oneof rock music's most legendary singer-songwriters, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Graham Nash is also an internationally exhibited photographer and a digital imagining pioneer. Inspired by his father, an amateur photographer, Nashstarted taking pictures when he was ten -- "I had a camera before I owned aguitar," he says. It's a combination that makes him ideally suited for anexhibition at Morrison Hotel Gallery (MHG), the world's premiere galleryexclusively dedicated to "Fine Art Music Photography," with a sole focus onmusic-related imagery. Eye To Eye: Photographs By Graham Nash will open atMHG's New York City location in SoHo (124 Prince Street ) with an official public opening on Saturday, April 21 , 11AM-7PM.
The one man exhibition, running through May 20 , features approximately 40 images, all culled from Nash's 2004 large format hardcover book Eye To Eye (slated for an upcoming fall 2007 soft cover release). The volume's 150+ black and white photographs were recently featured in a 2006 museum show at San Diego's Museum of Photographic Arts; the selection of images newly curated for MHG will focus on Nash's portraits of celebrities and fellow music icons including, among others, Judy Collins , Cass Elliot, Allan Clarke , Jackson Browne , David Crosby , Stephen Stills , Neil Young , Dennis Hopper and JoniMitchell , whose encouragement inspired Nash to first begin exhibiting his workin 1990.
Various signed limited and open editions, ranging in dimensions from 16" x20" to 30" x 40" -- all printed by Nash Editions, the groundbreaking fine-artdigital printmaking studio Nash co-founded with R. Mac Holbert -- will beavailable for sale at MHG. Later this year, Eye To Eye: Photographs By Graham Nash will also be presented at MHG's two southern California galleries in Hollywood (on the Sunset Strip) and in LaJolla (in the San Diego area). Established in 2002 with the opening of the SoHo space, MHG was co-founded byfamed rock photographer Henry Diltz -- whose association with Nash dates backto Diltz's album cover shot for Crosby, Stills & Nash's 1969 debut LP -- andPeter Blachley, Richard Horowitz and Sam Milgrom.
Also on April 21 , Nash and Holbert will speak at the Apple Store SoHo (103 Prince Street ). The duo founded Nash Editions in Southern California in 1990;today, it's renowned not just as the world's first, but also as its pre-eminent, digital fine art printmaking house. In 2005, the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History placed Nash Editions' first IRIS 3047inkjet printer in its permanent photographic history collection, along with select prints from the Nash Editions archive. Earlier in '07, Nash and Holbert were honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Digital Image Marketing Association, the world's premiere trade association related totechnological advancements on the global imaging channel. Nash Editions' legacy and ongoing innovations are spotlighted in the new Peach Pit Pressbook, Nash Editions: Photography And The Art Of Digital Printing. In a reviewfor leading online high-tech/media portal Tom's Hardware, Barry Gerber calledit, "a feast for inquiring minds and eyes."For more information, log on to http://www.morrisonhotelgallery.com http://www.grahamnash.com http://www.nethebook.com For Immediate Release Contact: Michael Jensen at 626-585-9575 or email@example.com
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