Opening Night at Ted Russell’s Exhibition of Bob Dylan Photographs

by Patrick Pearse on May 3, 2019
Govinda Gallery director Chris Murray with Addison/Ripley director Chris Addison.

The sidewalk was overflowing outside of Addison/Ripley Gallery in Washington for the launch of LIFE photographer Ted Russell’s photographs of Bob Dylan from 1961 – 1964. They are stunning images of the young genius on the rise.

Bob Dylan playing slide guitar in his first apartment in New York City, 1961. Photo by Ted Russell.
Artist Tom Meyer with Chris Murray and British film director Dick Carruthers.
Music photography legend Gered Mankowitz with Tom Meyer and Paige Rozanski.
Collector Richard Levy and chanteuse Lorraine Gallard.
Bonnie Brownell and Jeff Bowman with a copy of Bob Dylan NYC 1961-1964 (Rizzoli) by Ted Russell and Chris Murray.
Master printer John Hughes from Adamson Editions enjoying Ted Russell’s photographs of Bob Dylan while ICON camera crew films the opening.
Addison/Ripley manager Romy Silverstein with Chris Murray.
Photographer Gered Mankowitz with collector Joey Filosa.

All photos by Carlotta Hester and Govinda Gallery archive.

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