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Editor’s pick: ‘Behind the Lens’

​As a young musician, Henry Diltz began photographing his friends as they hung out together, as he did with Graham Nash, left, Steven Stills and David Crosby.​
​As a young musician, Henry Diltz began photographing his friends as they hung out together, as he did with Graham Nash, left, Steven Stills and David Crosby.​ Courtesy of Morrison Hotel Gallery

Henry Diltz was a musician who started taking pictures while hanging out with his friends. Pattie Boyd, a Vogue model, was romantically involved with musicians when she began photographing them. The two, whose work showed up on the covers of magazines and albums, amassed collections that document the lives of some of the most accomplished popular musicians of the ’60s and ’70s. Diltz, now co-owner of the Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York, (as well as other locations) and Boyd have joined efforts for the “Behind the Lens” tour, for stories about their photos of friends in intimate, relaxed settings. The live show is 8 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at the Center for the Arts, 314 Main St., Grass Valley. $24-$27. thecenterforthearts.org, www.morrisonhotelgallery.com

Janet Vitt

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