We’re pleased to work with the following fine photography galleries in the US and Europe. If you are interested in prints of non-music industry photos, please fill out our contact form and we’ll be happy to assist you.
Published in 2013, Keeping Time, the photographs of Don Hunstein, chronicles much of Don’s best work from his years at Columbia. You can purchase the book here.
Rock Archive - UK
Following in the footsteps of the Magnum picture collective and inspired by the digital revolution, photographer Jill Furmanovsky registered a website called rockarchive.com in 1998. The idea behind it was to make her work, and that of other rock photographers and visual artists, more accessible to fans and collectors.
Morrison Hotel Gallery
Morrison Hotel Gallery® is the world leader in fine art music photography representing over 125 of the most highly acclaimed music photographers — those who made, and continue to make, an indelible mark on music culture with photographic portrayals of the industry’s most influential artists.
Established in June of 1998, Mr Musichead was the first institution in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to the art and visual history of music. The gallery started as a 200 square foot storefront in the heart of the Melrose Shopping District.
Monroe Gallery of Photography specializes in 20th– and 21st-century photojournalism and humanist imagery—images that are embedded in our collective consciousness and which form a shared visual heritage for human society.
Peter Fetterman Gallery
Born in London, Peter Fetterman has been deeply involved in the medium of photography for over 40 years.
The gallery has one of the largest inventories of classic 20th Century photography in the country particularly in humanist photography.