The star tells NME.COM she's "spoken to someone in London about showing funny poetry, sick boy cartoons, beautiful prose and his paintings and sculptures..."
COURTNEY LOVE has told NME.COM she is considering the possibility of an exhibition of KURT COBAIN’s “paintings and sculptures”, as well as other writings, in LONDON.
As previously reported on NME.COM, Love gave writer Charles R. Cross access to Kurt Cobain’s personal diaries as part of his research for a new biography of the late Nirvana star, titled ‘Heavier Than Heaven: A Biography of Kurt Cobain’.
The 28 handwritten notebooks are said to document his life from a teenager, through to his suicide in 1994.
Now, in an exclusive interview to be published in next week’s issue of NME (September 15), Love said that plans were in the pipeline for an exhibition of Cobain’s non-musical work in London.
She commented: “I’ve spoken to someone in London about showing funny poetry, sick boy cartoons, beautiful prose and his paintings and sculptures which are amazing… There are just tons and tons of diaries. He was very prolific and a good, if not sometimes great, evocative writer.”
For more on Courtney Love, as well as an exclusive interview with ‘Heavier Than Heaven’ author Cross, see this week’s NME, out nationwide now (September 5).