From Beck to Zappa: Two Generations of Rock Photos

October 30, 2008 4:31 PM ET

Father/daughter photographers Jerry and Autumn de Wilde recently put on a joint show at New York's Morrison Hotel Gallery that included their iconic shots of rockers like Jimi Hendrix, Beck and the White Stripes, as well as hippies at the Los Angeles artists' haven known as the Farm. Click below to check out our gallery of the pair's photography, which spans five decades of rock and roll.

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