Fullerton Museum Center Welcomes ‘Audio’s Visuals’ Art Exhibit
FULLERTON, Calif. (Mar. 13, 2017) –– The Fullerton Museum Center is proud to announce it will host a new exhibit, “Audio’s Visuals: The Photography of Henry Diltz,” from April 15, 2017 through July 9, 2017.
Audios Visuals is a collection of photographs, albums, and ephemera that centers on the images from the 1960s. Henry Diltz’s photos dominated this converging ground of visual art and music, and for decades defined the vibrant folk counterculture scene of southern California. Diltz’ work has graced hundreds of album covers, from James Taylor’s pensive gaze on Sweet Baby James to the Eagles dressed as outlaws for their album Desperado as well as The Doors Morrison Hotel.
Today, Henry continues to photograph musicians and celebrities across the globe. His work can be seen and purchased at any of his three Morrison Hotel Galleries in New York, Los Angeles, and Maui. The Fullerton Museum Center is proud to partner with LA based gallery owner and curator, Greg Escalante for what is mounting into an epic celebration of photography, music, art, and attitude. Many of these images and artifacts including hand written notebooks, vintage cameras and handmade jewelry will be on display to the public for the first time.
The Fullerton Museum Center is located in the heart of Downtown Fullerton. Audios Visuals opening reception will be held on April 15, 2017 with a preview of the exhibition, live band, food and a curator’s talk.