L.A. photographer Linda Aronow’s ’80s punk photos are available

Linda Aronow photographed a ton of punk bands that played and came to L.A. on tour back in the 1980s, and she’s started making her trove of photos available. As Liz Ohanesian reported in Los Angeles Magazine earlier this year, Aronow has a virtual exhibit and is posting material on Instagram.

Aronow’s classic black and white photography features some of the greats: Black Flag, Minor Threat, G.B.H., T.S.O.L., and the list goes on and on. Her second exhibit at 30 South in Pasadena, where postcards and prints are on sale, can be viewed online, and her Instagram has a lot more. Check it out!

Images: Linda Ronow’s Instagram and 30 South



One Reply to “L.A. photographer Linda Aronow’s ’80s punk photos are available”

  1. Linda —
    You are really good. i documented the punk bands and people in the mid to late 1980s. –White Trash, Scream, etc. Shot a lot of photos. Still interested today what is going on and documenting bands , etc.

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