When Bob Dylan made the mid-1960s shift from the “Blowin’ in the Wind” folkie to a plugged-in rock ‘n’ roller, Daniel Kramer was there.

The New York City photographer had an usual level of access to the musician between 1964 and 1965 and captured images of recording sessions, private moments and the gone-electric concert at Forest Hills Stadium.

The traveling exhibition, which is curated by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, opens Friday at the Paulucci Space Theatre at Hibbing Community College and includes about 50 photographs. It will be on display through mid-August.

The exhibition originally opened at the British Music Experience in London in 2012.

This event is part of Hibbing’s annual Dylan Day’s Celebration, which includes tours, a singer-songwriter competition and U.S. Postal Cancellation.

 

GO SEE IT What: Daniel Kramer’s “Photographs of Bob Dylan” exhibit curated by the  Grammy Museum in Los Angeles

When: Opens 5 p.m. today, 6 p.m. reception. Available for viewing through Aug. 23

Where: The Paulucci Space Theatre, Hibbing Community College

Tickets: Free, open to the public

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