Top: Bob Dylan at home on his tattered chair in his walk-up apartment, NYC, 1963. Bottom left: Bob Dylan with Fender guitar during a recording session, NYC, 1965. Bottom right: Bob Dylan in the studio in August to start recording his groundbreaking third album – The Times They Are A-Changin’ (released in January, 1964), NYC, 1963.

On until the 21st of November, Proud Chelsea presents ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’, a photographic portrait by legendary rock n’ roll photographer Don Hunstein, who worked closely with Dylan in the early 1960s whilst his star was in the ascent. The result is an intimate and touching body of work which includes the legendary ‘The Freewheelin’ (1963) album cover image which brought Dylan international fame and launched his career.

The exhibition includes images of Dylan recording ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ which is considered to be the best and most important of his albums including the tracks ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ and ‘Desolation Row’; as well as images of Dylan rehearsing for concerts and in repose. Hunstein’s images capture the young Dylan and his intrepid spirit of counter-culture which resonated the world over. Working as a photographer for Columbia Records, Hunstein has photographed Johnny Cash, Miles Davis, Aretha Franklin, Simon & Garfunkel and, of course, Bob Dylan.

Exclusively showing at Proud Chelsea, this exhibition of Hunstein’s work is a must see for Dylan fans and photography fans alike. So, if you’re stuck for something to do this, or next, weekend, get over to Proud Chelsea, 32 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6BP. Monday – Saturday: 11am – 7pm. Sunday: 11am – 6pm. Entrance Free