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.
Evan Hecox talks about his new body of work in his solo exhibition, titled Far, at the Joshua Liner Gallery. We spoke with Evan about his new work, the importance of travel, and why the places he paints mean so much to him.