Bob Dylan set for London art exhibition

Show opens on February 13

Bob Dylan is set for an art exhibition at London‘s Halcyon Gallery.

Beginning on February 13, the display will feature work based on drawings from his ‘Drawn Blank Series’ from the 1990s.

“I just draw what’s interesting to me, and then I paint it,” Dylan said about his art. “I’m not trying to make social comment or fulfil somebody’s vision and I can find subject matter anywhere. I guess in some way that comes out of the folk world that I came up in.”

The show will feature nearly 100 artworks from the musician, including the world premiere of 30 large paintings.

Dylan, who painted the cover of his 1970 album ‘Self Portrait’, has also included his drawings in the books Writings And Drawings and Lyrics 1962-1985.

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