Nirvana, ‘Manhattan Skyline, No.II’

£700.00

By Ian Tilton
New York, U.S.A 1989
Digital archival print hand signed by the photographer
Limited Edition of 25
Paper size 20h x 16w inches

Nirvana played an all-ages show with local punks Derelict, Dwarves, and Melvins at Seattle’s 1,500-capacity Motorsport International Garage. The gig was a huge deal for the band: It was by far their biggest hometown headline show to date, and Sub Pop had flown Ian Tilton from Sounds magazine across from London to capture it.

Tilton photographed Nirvana after being the first European photographer to form a relationship with them. His shot of Kurt Cobain crying was voted the 6th best Rock shot ever by Q magazine amongst others.

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