Bob Dylan
May 24, 1941 – present

Legendary Musician, Singer, and Songwriter
Perhaps the greatest and most archetypal singer songwriter, Dylan’s career over 60 years has earned him a Nobel Prize in literature, a Presidential Medal of Freedom, an Academy Award, and induction into the Rock and Roll and Songwriters Halls of Fame. 

Dylan’s first NYC apartment was at 161 West 4th Street between Jones and Cornelia Streets.

Narrated by Andrew Berman
Music: Bob Dylan, “Forever Young”

This exhibit, presented in augmented reality, allows the viewer to “enter” this historic 1965 photograph by photographer Fred W. McDarrah and to sit on the bench virtually with Bob Dylan in Christopher Park.

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