The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Estate of George Harrison, presents a major new exhibition, George Harrison: Living in the Material World. The exhibition opened this month at The Grammy Musuem, following the broadcast premiere of Martin Scorsese’s documentary of the same name, showing on HBO. This is the first major museum exhibition to explore the extraordinary life and career of 12-time GRAMMY Award® winner George Harrison. The displays are a very unique look into his life. The coolest things there is a photo of Harrison in a rainfall back drop display.
Living in the Material World provides an in-depth look at all aspects of Harrison’s creative life. Bringing together a collection of diverse artifacts, rare photographs and footage, the exhibit features dozens of items from the private collection of the Harrison Estate, including:
Original Handwritten song lyrics, including While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Living in The Material World, Here Comes The Sun, All Things Must Pass and more.
Stage costumes and outfits worn by Harrison, including the suit he wore during The Concert for Bangladesh
Multiple instruments including Harrison’s most iconic guitars including his Gretsch Duo Jet, his Rickenbacker 12-string, and the legendary “Rocky” Fender Stratocaster
Personal sketchbooks, notebooks and journals
State-of-the art guitar interactives which give visitors a 360 detailed look at Harrison’s instruments
Tickets are available at the Museum Box Office, Ticketmaster or by calling 1-800-745- 3000.
For more information, please visit the http://www.grammymuseum.org