Kurt Cobain Archive Images to Show in New Exhibit

Kurt Cobain Archive Images to Show in New Exhibit

RARE IMAGES OF PRIZED PERSONAL BELONGINGS FROM THE KURT COBAIN ARCHIVE TO APPEAR IN NEW EXHIBIT IN LOS ANGELES 

RARE IMAGES OF PRIZED PERSONAL BELONGINGS FROM THE KURT COBAIN ARCHIVE TO APPEAR IN NEW EXHIBIT IN LOS ANGELES 

Text: William Defebaugh

For one day in 2008, photographer Geoff Moore was granted access into the vault of Kurt Cobain to capture a few of the late Nirvana singer’s most personal belongings—from his sneakers to his diary scribbles. The images, which first ran in Charles R. Cross’s Cobain Unseen, have been blown up for an exhibit called "Endorsement" (named for the signature etched on Cobain’s shoes) opening to a private audience tonight at Los Angeles’ KM Fine Arts Gallery, and to the public on February 11th. Click through the slideshow above for a look at some of the intimate objects.

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