Sally Grossman R.I.P….”Bringing It All Back Home”

by Patrick Pearse on March 16, 2021

Bringing It All Back Home, 1964 © Daniel Kramer

Govinda Gallery showed Daniel Kramer’s enigmatic color photograph of Bob Dylan with Sally Grossman lounging behind him, in Kramer’s first exhibition in the spring of 1991. The image was also shown at the inaugural exhibition at Seattle’s Experience Music Project Artist to Icon in 2001, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis in 2005, as well as at Kramer’s one-person exhibition at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland in 2006. All three museum exhibitions were curated and co-organized by Chris Murray. That photograph on the cover of Dylan’s Bringing It All Back Home, came to be known as one of the most important album covers of the 20th century. 

Daniel Kramer’s photographs are available at Govinda Gallery.

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