Covers Exhibition in Soho

From the billions of music lovers raised on vinyl over the past century to the medium's millennial comeback, the multi-generational zeitgeist of album art remains as integral to a record's identity as its sound. Honing in on the artwork that has made icons of epochal albums (and vice versa), Morrison Hotel Gallery is pleased to close out the decade with COVERS, a centennial retrospective of the original imagery that has since gone on to play a pivotal role in the advancement of a multi-sensorial artform vis-á-vis the means by which culture commemorates the perennial offshoots of human expression. Presented in collaboration with Rough Trade, this album cover prints exhibition featuring more than twenty iconic album covers opens to the public in New York City next Thursday (11/14) with select works on view in Los Angeles and Maui starting Thursday, December 12th.

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  • Bob Marley, Santa Monica, CA, 1979

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  • <I>A Great Day in Harlem</I>, 1958

    A Great Day In Harlem, 1958

    We put together this collection of some of the 57 legendary jazz artists who showed up that day in history in 1958 when photographer Art Kane shot his...


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