News, Press, and Photographs of Exhibitions


Teaser footage for PBS DOCUMENTARY

November 9th - March 3rd: Auckland, New Zealand - The Auckland Art Museum will exhibit "Who Shot Rock". This exhibition has been a big success at each museum venue.s

November 22nd - January 2nd: San Francisco - San Francisco Art Exchange will host a book signing of Rock and Roll Stories on November 22nd, along with an exhibit of Lynn's work that will be featured until January 2nd 2014.

November 22nd - December 8th: Sydney, Australia - Blender Gallery will present a group show, "Blondie Heart of Glass". Lynn has many images in the exhibit that have not been seen before, including her first artists's proof of a rock mosaic of Debbie Harry and Blondie made from 2000 images created between 1976-1981.

November 24th: Miami Beach - Lynn will present a keynote about Rock and Roll Stories at the Miami Book Fair.

January 6th, 2014: Encore Resort, Las Vegas - Lynn has been named as the recipient of the 2014 PMDA Photographer Award. The awards ceremony will take place at XS in the Encore Resort. More details to come in future newsletters.

Nikon has posted a video of Lynn talking about her career and using their new Df camera. See it here

Lots of press came out with the November 5th release of Rock and Roll Stories.

If you want to read or hear more about what's in her big fat book - click on links below.

- The Huffington Post announces Rock and Roll Stories book release with a rave review. See it here

- The New York Post : 'Tales of The Stars"

- Q104.3 radio with Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein. See it here

- American Photos Pro Photo Daily - Or check their facebook page.

- L'Oeil de la Photographie - Reviews Rock and Roll Stories.

PDNedu, the leading magazine for photo educators and students, is now live with a photo essay on Lynn's work for the past forty years as a photographer. click here to see the article: PDNedu

This latest Masters Series, sponsored by Nikon and PDN, will highlight 20 images from Lynn's ever-expanding portfolio, including the best of her portraiture, travel, still-life and art prints. See more

15 Years 15 Photographers 15 Chairs - based on the work of furniture designer Alexander Lervik. Myself, along with Mary Ellen Mark, Martin Parr, and other well known photographers created images inspired by his creations. The exhibit can be see at

"The Telegraph" recently published a Q & A with Lynn, you can read it here:

The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery has added 3 more of Lynn's photographs to their permanent collection. These images will be included in the exhibit "American Cool" in 2014.

The profile of Lynn on Ron Egatz's blog has made the first page of Google results for her name. We did not even know it was there! It's a comprehensive piece on Lynn and we hope you'll take the time to read it and post your comments:

Lynn's personal Facebook page has reached its maximum number of users, so we now ask that you join her on the Lynn Goldsmith Photography page.

"Aspen Sojourner" printed a very enjoyable article about Lynn's photographic identity: See it here.


Morrison Hotel Gallery
"Circle of Friends" -Rock and roll Photographs at the Bowery location
Exhibition is currently up through May 7th with a possible extention due to the great response so far.Photographs from the opening reception

Janice Charach Gallery
Detroit - Jewish Museum - Lecture and Rock and Roll photo show "Jews Who Rock"
Nov. 2nd 2010

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
"Rock and Roll: Lynn Goldsmith"
August 31 - September 25, 2010
Exhibition photos, Book Signing

Jenkins Johnson Gallery
New York City, NY
"The Looking Glass" Exhibition and Book launch
September 9th 2010 - October 23rd 2010

Jenkins Johnson Gallery
New York City, NY
"Rock and Roll"
October 2, 2007 - November 25th, 2008

Hallmark Museum of Contemporary Photography
Turner Falls, MA
"Rock And Roll"
June 19, 2008 - September 21st, 2008

Frank Pictures Gallery
Los Angeles, California
"Icons of Rock and the Imagination"
December 2nd 2007

Contessa Gallery
Cleveland, Ohio
"Dreams and Illusions: The Photography of Lynn Goldsmith"
October 12, 2007 - November 18, 2007

Jenkins Johnson Gallery
San Francisco, California
"Icons of Rock and the Imagination"
October 4 - October 30, 2007

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Cleveland, Ohio
"Rock and Roll: Lynn Goldsmith"
September 28, 2007 - January 6, 2008

Masters Gallery
Denver, Colorado

Lynn Goldsmith Gallery
Basalt, Colorado
Images from 2004-2008

Holden Luntz Gallery
Palm Beach, Florida


The NY Daily News

Tampa Bay Times

Denver Post

Atlanta Journal Constitution's Gift Guide

Daily Mail UK - A date with rock and roll royalty: Photographer to the genres biggest stars captures the essence of music legends from Bruce Springsteen to Michael Jackson and Frank Zappa

People Magazine - In her new photo book, veteran rock and roll photographer Lynn Goldsmith shares tales of her encounters with the greats.

Papermag interviewing Lynn at her exhibition and book launch party at Jenkins Johnson Gallery for "The Looking Glass"

Plum TV aspen Colorado Plum TV interviews Lynn about her new photo collection and book "The Looking Glass"

Grassroots TV Aspen Erik Skarvan interviewing Lynn on "The Locals Show" on Grassroots TV Aspen
Click here to watch.

Plum TV
"Plum TV interviews Lynn in her basalt gallery. Lynn recently gave Plum a tour of her rock photography at her gallery in Basalt and tells behind the scenes stories of Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen and Frank Zappa.

New Yorker Magazine
"Nov 1st - 25th Jenkins Johnson NYC show"
"Classic Shots from a Legendary Rock Photographer"

The First Post

"The Big Picture - Frock 'n roll fairytales"

Art Knowledge News
Rock and Roll Hall Museum Presents Lynn Goldsmith Photography"

Aspen Sojourner Magazine
"Local News - Glam Rock"
September 2007 Issue

Hamptons Magazine
"Style & Substance - Arresting Development"
September 2007 Issue

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Photographer of Rock Stars"
October 13, 2007 Edition

People Magazine
"Picks and Pans - Photo Book: Rock and Roll"
October 19, 2007 Issue