From U2 to Metallica, The Rolling Stones to Johnny Cash, Dutch photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn has immortalized the world's top musicians. The Berlin gallery C/O presents a retrospective of his work.
The internationally renowned photographer and film director Anton Corbijn turned 60 earlier this year, and now the gallery C/O Berlin is presenting a retrospective of his works. It shows the evolution of Corbijn's photography over the last 40 years.
At the beginning of the 80s, he was the main photographer for the English music magazine "NME" and has since made some of the most memorable portraits of famous musicians and bands throughout his career, documenting the history of rock music.
Lately, he has turned to film, directing feature films including "Control" (2007) and, most recently, "Life" (2015), on James Dean.
The exhibition opens on November 7 and runs until January 31, 2016.