Revisiting the Summer of Love.
San Francisco celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love throughout 2017. This month brings an exhibit of the work of rock ‘n’ roll photographer Jim Marshall. Opening Jan. 26 on the ground floor of City Hall, “Jim Marshall’s 1967” features 80 of thousands of images taken by Marshall in San Francisco that year. Marshall created countless album covers throughout his 50-year career and shot portrait shots of rock icons including Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, The Beatles, The Grateful Dead and Jimi Hendrix. The images in this exhibit feature many of the figures and events associated with the Summer of Love, from the Human Be-In in Golden Gate Park to a Grateful Dead concert. San Francisco City Hall: ground floor and North Light Court banners, sfartscommission.org