A group show of new and iconic music photography. The exhibition features the work of 25 photographers and spans the 1960s to the present.
Artists include: Matt Ellis, Anna Webber, Angus Smythe, Chi Modu, Andy Willsher, Kirk Weddle, Mathias Clamer, William Coupon, Deborah Feingold, Ricky Powell, Peter Simon, Stephen Paley, Martyn Goddard, Michael Zagaris, Tom Murray, Henry Grossman


1:30pm - 2:30pm
Panel Discussion: Beyond the Picture: The Art of Selling Music Photography

What does it take for even the most talented music and entertainment photographers to successfully market and sell their work? Rock Paper Photo invited three experts -- two photographers and an artists rep/author -- to share their personal perspectives and advice about the business side of photography. Between them, Anna Webber, Baron Wolman and Julie Graheme represent decades of professional experience yet lived from very different vantage points. They will address a range of topics including the importance of establishing a unique personal style, copyright protection and licensing, selecting gallery representation, and how to stay positive and focused through it all.
Panelists: Anna Webber, Baron Wolman and Julie Graheme

About Rock Paper Photo:
Rock Paper Photo is a online fine art photography specializing in largely unpublished hand-signed limited edition prints of iconic musicians and artists. Anna Webber is a Brooklyn-based photographer who has produced an extensive behind-the-scenes catalog of legendary musicians, shot album covers for major labels, and published her portraits in many leading publications. As Rolling Stone magazine's first chief photographer, Baron Wolman has shot the biggest names in rock n' roll and continues to actively market his extensive body of iconic work; his latest book is titled, "Baron Wolman: The Rolling Stone Years." Julie Grahame ran the Retna music and celebrity photo agency for 16 years, and publishes a photography blog (, winner of a award for best photo blog 2011, and magazine (