The first comprehensive exhibition of Bob Dylan‘s artwork in the United States will open at Florida International University’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum on November 30.
The exhibition, titled “Bob Dylan: Retrospectrum,” will run through April 17, 2022, and spans six decades of Dylan’s drawing, painting and sculpture.
Dylan’s paintings, drawings and ironwork sculptures have inspired leading museums and galleries from all over the world to exhibit his work.
Concurrent with the opening of “Bob Dylan: Retrospectrum”, The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab (WPHL), FIU’s humanities and arts hub, will present DYLAN@FIU: A symposium exploring Bob Dylan’s career and cultural influence. The symposium will coincide with Miami Art Week.
FIU President, Mark B. Rosenberg, said, “When I saw the catalogue representing the beautiful and comprehensive Bob Dylan: Retrospectrum exhibition that premiered in Shanghai in 2019, I knew immediately that I wanted to bring this iconic artist’s rarely seen visual works to South Florida, to be enjoyed by our students, our broader community and visitors from across the country and around the globe.”
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