Rock ’n’ roll may never die, but rockers do grow old: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and Mick Jagger are now in their late 60s. So Jean-Marie Périer’s images can shock merely by showing these men—and other members of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones—at seemingly unguarded moments in their youth. The needy, fresh-faced young Jagger, who tenderly holds an apple in an image from 1966, contrasts strikingly with the rock god who struts the stage in photographs from just a few years later. Périer’s colorful cross-section of the 1960s also finds room for Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, and several now-forgotten stars. 148 St. N. La Brea Ave., (323) 934-2250, through June 6. Prices range from $3,000 to $35,000.
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