From 12am to 6am, Night on Friday and Saturday till 10am, Sunday 10pm to 6am
HOURS: from 12am to 6am, Night on Friday and Saturday till 10am, Sunday 10pm to 6am
PRICE: Adults: € 8 Under 26: 5 €
Bob Dylan is certainly one of the most iconic musicians of the second half of the twentieth century. In his career of exceptional longevity, the years from 1961 to 1966 were decisive. The exhibition traces the highlights of this period, which saw Dylan radically alter his artistic approach and create a musical revolution.
Designed by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, Bob Dylan, rock tells the explosion, over unpublished photos, artifacts and rare documents, and audiovisual archives, this amazing story of personal growth marking a shift of society.
Photographer Daniel Kramer accompanied Dylan on tour between 1964 and 1965. His sixty shots in black and white, which form the heart of the exhibition, provide striking evidence of the metamorphosis from folk singer to rock star. Faced with this photo gallery of the singer-songwriter backstage - frail figure, almost androgynous look angelic but determined - open three rooms that mark the highlights of his musical career, and a dive in the history of American music.
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