Bustle might need to call me the Stevie Nicks Correspondent…

Photos courtesy Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

The self-portraits put the rich history of the rock goddess’s career on display, from breezy 1970s California, to the heyday of ’80s rock. She’s Rhiannon in her black chiffon and witchy headdresses, the Gold Dust Woman with wide, glassy eyes, a heartbreaking tell of her well-publicized cocaine addiction. The photos mirror the diversity and stark honesty of her music. Glimpses of the wild side of rock and roll with big ’80s hair and loud makeup are contrasted against intensely intimate portraits of Nicks barefaced, quiet, vulnerable.

Please head over to Bustle to read my latest piece about Stevie Nicks and her absolutely stunning self-portrait exhibit at the Morrison Hotel Gallery.

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