Did I ever tell you kids about the ’60s? Of course not; I wasn't there. Henry Diltz was though, and he has an enormous archive of photos and anecdotes to prove it. Henry's decades-long photographic career started when he picked up a thrift-store camera and began shooting his friends who, for the most part were - or would become - rock 'n' roll icons.
This morning I listened to an interview that posed the question ‘If Los Angeles was a piece of art, what would it be?’ and one of the responses was: ‘It’s something Jeff Koons… shiny and polished, but coming from a really weird place.’