Bob Dylan – Get Born 1965

Artist: Tony Frank


20 x 30 ”- Limited edition 


Numbered and signed on the print recto


About the artist


The Meaning of “Get Born”

The words “Get Born” are lyrics in the Bob Dylan song “Subterranean Homesick Blues”. 

To us it means,receiving a new outlook on life, to start living, and let nothing hold you back. No one can tell you how to live your life, and eventually you have to let go, make the choices you want to make, and GET BORN.


Born in 1945 in Arcachon.

After studying at Lycée Voltaire and then at a photography school, his career began in the early 1960’s.

One of the pillars of Hit Magazine’s Hi Les Copains, from the 1960s to the 1980s, he then worked at the Sygma agency (Corbis) and for many magazines (Paris-Match, Gala, VSD …) as well as for the phonographic companies majors (around 900 record covers and dozens of posters).

Photographer Serge Gainsbourg, Johnny Hallyday (over thirty), Eddy Mitchell, Hugues Aufray he has also collaborated very often with Nathalie Baye, Julien Clerc, Renaud, Veronique Sanson, Michel Polnareff, etc … and many singers and Anglo groups like Bob Dylan, Sonny & Chèr, The Who, Queen ….

He published:

“The Time of Friends” Scali, 2006

Serge Gainsbourg, Le Seuil, 2009

“Johnny Hallyday”, Le Seuil, 2010

“Eddy Mitchell, last session”, The Oak, 2011

“Serge Gainsbourg, by Tony Frank” Gallery of the Instant, 2016

He is also the author of the photo of Serge Gainsbourg’s mythical album Melody Nelson and the photograph of Michel Polnareff’s poster that caused a scandal in 1972.


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