Bob Minkin photographed thousands of concerts in clubs and arenas across the USA and Europe and musicians such as Jerry Garcia, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton and countless others. His photographs have been featured in many books and publications including Rolling Stone, Time Magazine and in many music CDs and DVDs. He is the author of two book of his music photography, Live Dead and The Music Never Stopped. He frequently photographs concerts at The Fillmore, Terrapin Crossroads and Sweetwater Music Hall where he is the house photographer.
Tonight Bob joins Marin IJ’s Paul Liberatore to discuss his career and most resent endeavor, THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED”, a stunning hardcover coffee table book spanning over 25 years of music photography and short stories in Marin County.
Join us for a pre-conversation showing of Bob’s work inside the Hoytt Theater.
The presentation will include slides of photographs and discussion followed by audience Q & A. Book Sales and Signing
His photography, Shot from the hip to the heart. Minkin’s a master
MORE ABOUT BOB
Live Dead, The Grateful Dead Photographed by Bob Minkin, was published in 2014.
Bob is also a partner in Minkin Design + Marketing, a web design and marketing company.
Originally from Brooklyn, NY, he lives with his family in Marin County and enjoys hiking on the many trails of Marin and piloting his Piper Cherokee airplane whenever he can, usually with his camera close by.
Wed, December 6 @ 7:30 pm
Literary Café Presents:
Photographer BOB MINKIN in Conversation with Marin IJ’s Paul Liberatore
$12 member/ $15 public / $20 Day of
GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING
What to Expect: An evening of conversation with displayed photographs in the Hoytt Theater, on-stage conversation supported by projected images followed by audience Q & A. Book Sales and Signing
Concessions: Peets coffee, Numi Teas and a variety of snacks and freshly baked goods available for purchase. Concessions are offered within the theater may be enjoyed throughout the performance. No table service.
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