Monmouth University

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Grammy Museum Affiliation

Bob Dylan: Photographs by Daniel Kramer Curated by the GRAMMY Museum ® at LA LIVE

Curated by the GRAMMY Museum ® at LA LIVE

Curated by the GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Daniel Kramer, Daniel Kramer: Photographs of Bob Dylan features more than 40 of Kramer’s photographs from his time on tour with Dylan in 1964 and 1965. Kramer’s photographs are a striking, intimate account of the folk singer’s metamorphosis into a rock star. This photographic “backstage view” of the singer/songwriter showcases key moments in Dylan’s musical career during one of the most dynamic periods in American history. These seminal pictures of Dylan not only revealed the rising young star to international audiences, but set a standard by which all other rock portraits would be judged.

Opening Reception: Nov. 11. from 5-7 PM
Daniel Kramer and Bob Santelli from the GRAMMY Museum will give a talk during the opening reception.

Box Office: 732.263.6889

Oct20, 2016

Dec20, 2016

9:00 AM

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