The myth of the electric guitar
Until April 14th you can visit the exhibition The myth of the electric guitar in the Groninger Museum.
This exhibition shows electric guitars that belonged to famous guitarists. The guitars are assembled by collector Luc Henzig, from Luxembourg. Henzig, who collected more than 600 guitars, makes 50 guitars available to the Groninger Museum for this exhibition. Electric guitars that were used by for example Mick Taylor (e.g. Rolling Stones) and Noel Gallagher (Oasis) are on display. The guitars are accompanied by seven large paintings, made by the German portraitist and expert on rock music Oliver Jordan. This combination will result in an emotional Rock ‘n Roll story. Along with the exhibition a book is published containing conversations with Luc Henzig and Oliver Jordan.