Unspoken Dreams

    “LA MAISON REBELLE x GREAT ART SPACE are pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by legendary photographers; Mick Rock, Brad Elterman, Terry O’Neill. This special look at Rock ‘N’ Roll at the height of the legendary 60’s and 70’s – The exhibition will feature photographs of Iconic musicians and artists such as David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, The Ramones, Joan Jett, and many more. La Maison Rebelle brings its unique vision and style to Great Art Space for this special collaboration.

    We look forward to seeing you there! RSVP via info.greatartspace@gmail.com.

    Photographers Shown:

    Mick Rock –

    specializes in rock n roll photography and is known as “The Man Who Shot the 70s.” He is the inimitable rock photographer who launched his career with an unknown David Bowie in 1972. From the first photo shoot developed a two year relationship as Bowie’s official photographer. Rock’s career continued to soar with key 70s images like Lou Reed’s Transformer, Iggy Pop’s Raw Power and Queen’s Queen II and many of the Sex Pistols’ infamous shots. In 1977, he quickly became involved with the underground music scene pioneered by The Ramones, Talking Heads and Blondie. His pictures, including The Ramones’
    End of the Century, captured the revolutionary spirit of this groundbreaking period and made him one of the most sought-after photographers in the world. Recently, Mick Rock has worked with stars like Kate Moss, Michael Stipe, and The Chemical Brothers. He has produced several highly-acclaimed retrospectives of the Glam Rock era. His retrospective at Tokyo’s Metropolitan Museum of Photography in 2003 was hailed as “one of the most exciting exhibitions of
    pop culture imagery to ever reach these shores”.

    Brad Elterman –

    Few photographers in recent memory can truly lay claim to the title of pop culture historian; Brad Elterman is one. Always there. Camera and flash slung around his neck like a skeleton key, unlocking doors to the green rooms of public imagination. Bowie. Dylan. Lennon. Jagger, Joan Jett and The Ramones. It might read like a who’s who of 20th Century music history but Elterman’s wild, rich oeuvre serves as more than pure document – it’s the zeitgeist of 1970s America, white-hot and kicking. His subjects are without exception, the exalted but they appear to us firmly as people – vulnerable – yet, as perhaps the ultimate testament to his gaze – just tantalizingly out of reach.
    It’s hard to shake the notion of the Iconic when discussing Brad Elterman’s work. Disarming in its casual honesty, it seems to mark the precise moment in


    Opening Reception

    Date: June 10th, 2023

    Time: 7 PM to 10 PM



    Great Art Space – 9465 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210



    Dates: June 11th to July 7, 2023


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