Bob Dylan to stage London art exhibition

'The Drawn Blank Series' opens later this February

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Bob Dylan is to exhibit a collection of his artwork at London‘s Halcyon Gallery later this month.

The exhibition features work based on drawings and sketches from Dylan‘s ‘Drawn Blank Series’, and opens on February 13. It is set to feature almost 100 limited edition graphics from the series, as well as the world premiere of 30 of Dylan‘s large paintings

“I just draw what’s interesting to me, and then I paint it,” Dylan said of his artwork. “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 Drawn Blank Series’ by Bob Dylan will be on display at 24 Bruton Street, London from February 13 until March 10.

For more information, see Halcyongallery.com

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