Tag: Bob Dylan


Dylan’s show at the Kunstsammlungen

“Bob Dylan: The Drawn Blank,” curated by Ingrid M�ssinger, Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz, Germany. Through Feb. 3. Kate Connolly reports in The Guardian: “The critical response has, so far, been positive. Some critics have even gone as far as to compare Dylan to Munch and Matisse, as well as to the German […]


Tangled up in blue

Charlie Finch reports on artnet: “In 1974, after living in Woodstock with his young family for seven years, Dylan moved back to MacDougal Street and began taking intense painting classes with a mystic Abstract Expressionist named Norman Rabin in a studio above Carnegie Hall. Dylan enjoyed the camaraderie of his […]