As writer Charles R Cross prepared his celebrated visual autobiography Cobain Unseen, he arranged for photographer Geoff Moore to be given access to the hallowed Kurt archive.
For one day in 2007, Moore was invited into the high security art storage where Cobain’s most intimate possessions are kept away from prying eyes.
Now his images, which appear in Cobain Unseen, are on display for the first time at KM5 Gallery in Los Angeles.
Moore’s Endorsement show is named after the word Kurt scrawled across his favourite pair of Converse but each image reveals another detail about one of the most enigmatic artists of all time.
Alongside the Cobain collection, Moore presents his cinematic black and white images that have defined his style for the last two decades.
Geoff Moore’s Endorsement is at KM5 Gallery, Los Angeles until March 26.