The Grammy Museum presents “Bruce W. Talamon: Soul, R&B, and Funk Photographs 1972–1982,” an exhibit running from Saturday, June 23, through Wednesday, Aug. 1.
The exhibit chronicles untold and unknown moments that happened off the stage and outside recording studios, showcasing a period in musical history as seen through the eyes of a young photographer at the start of his career. Additionally, Talamon will discuss his career at the Grammy Museum’s An Evening With series, moderated by the museum’s artistic director Scott Goldman, on Wednesday, June 27.
Talamon’s career spans from 1972 to the present day. He previously worked as a contributing photographer for SOUL newspaper and photographed R&B artists. The exhibit features images from that time in his career, as well as photographs taken with his personal cameras and equipment. Many of the photos are from landmark venues in Los Angeles such as The Forum, Hollywood Palladium, Troubadour, The Roxy and the Los Angeles Coliseum.
The Grammy Museum is located at 800 W. Olympic Blvd. For information, visit grammymuseum.org.
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