Vegas Gets a Hip New Gallery

Symbolic Gallery­ is a new art and memorabilia gallery just off the Las Vegas Strip. Its standing exhibits include the world's largest privately held collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia and the world's second-largest privately held collection of original R. Crumb artwork.

The current rotational show is an exhibit of photographs by Mick Rock, famous for documenting the glam and punk eras, being David Bowie's personal photographer during his Ziggy Stardust phase, and creating Lou Reed's "Transformer" album cover, among other works. Through August 1, Symbolic will also be showing "Pop: Images of the British Invasion," a collection of photos by Ian Wright. Wright has has shot a wide range of celebrities, including The Beatles, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones.

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