If you're able to make it Paris anytime soon, make sure to stop off at the BOB DYLAN Rock Explosion exhibit at Cité de la musique.
Curated by the GRAMMY MUSEUM of Los Angeles, it's filled with pictures depicting the life and times of Dylan from 1961 - 1966. Captured by Photographer Daniel Kramer, the description states, "Kramer's sixty photographs, which make up the core of the exhibition, are a striking account of the folk singer's metamorphosis into a rock star. This photographic "backstage view" of the singer-songwriter - frail, almost androgynous, with an angelic but extremely determined look in his eye - opens onto three rooms showcasing key moments in his musical career, and a dip into the history of American music."
Wish we could go, le sigh.