Bob Dylan’s Drawn Blank Series Returns To UK

Second chance to see the musician's artwork

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Bob Dylan‘s exhibition of drawings and sketches, The Drawn Blank Series is to return to the UK this month.

After initially showing at the Halcyon Gallery in June this year, the artwork is to go on show at The Lightbox, a public gallery in Woking on November 25.

As reported previously on uncut.co.uk the ‘The Drawn Blank Series’ features new intense colour variations based on his drawings and sketches produced on tour between 1989 and 1992 – originally published in a Random House published book ‘Drawn Blank.’

The Drawn Blank exhibition is set to run until January 11, 2009.

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