On view through next week at Found Gallery in Los Angeles is “Tenebrous: The Photography of Steve Gullick.” The exhibition features over 30 rare, never exhibited before photographs of famous musicians shot over the past two decades. The London-based photographer has worked with groups such as Nirvana, the Flaming Lips, Elliot Smith and Bjork, capturing unique and insightful moments from these artist’s lives. Gullick’s photographic interests are rooted in over 20 years of the UK punk scene, however his career has allowed him to shoot a wide range of subjects from all over the world. His first collection of photographs “Pop Book Number One” was published in 1995 and in 2002 Gullick created the music magazine “careless talk costs lives” which was then followed by “loose lips sinks ships” in 2004. The exhibition at Found Gallery was featured in LA Weekly on Wednesday January 16th.