Real Moments

Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein

Barry Feinstein


  • ISBN: 9781905662135
  • Deluxe - RED Edition edition: 250 copies
Deluxe - GREEN Edition, Deluxe - RED Edition
Real Moments

Signed by: Barry Feinstein

Contributors: Bob Neuwirth

Binding: Red leather with silver page edging and hand tooling.

Box: A grey cloth covered slipcase screen-printed with the title in deep red.

Extras: A signed 10” x 8” contact sheet of Dylan photographed in Liverpool, England, in 1966.

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Bob Neuwirth: ‘Many can point a camera and push a button. Not everyone can make an image sing.’

Barry Feinstein is the award-winning photographer behind some of the most iconic images of Bob Dylan ever taken.

Genesis is pleased to publish 500 first edition copies of his captivating new book, Real Moments, in two new limited editions. Both are hand-signed, numbered and exquisitely hand-bound in a choice of two leathers; a red edition and a green edition.

Each book is accompanied by a choice of previously-unseen photographic prints. Specially created by Feinstein for Genesis readers, and unavailable anywhere else, both choices of original print are numbered and signed by the photographer. The rare book and print set are presented together in a cloth-bound slipcase.

As featured in Rolling Stone's The Great Rock & Roll Gift Guide, explore Feinstein's book and print set...

  • Page size: 250mm x 315mm
  • 160 pages
  • 98 images


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