Bob Dylan is to show off art inspired by his recent tour of the Far East at a New York City gallery.
The Like A Rolling Stone singer will unveil drawings and paintings as part of The Asia Series at the Gagosian Gallery.
The pieces were created during Dylan's travels to Japan, China, Vietnam and South Korea.
A gallery spokesperson says, "(The exhibition contains) first-hand depictions of people, street scenes, architecture and landscape. Conversely, there are more cryptic paintings often of personalities and situations, such as... a scenographic tourist photo-opportunity in a Tokyo amusement arcade."
Dylan's special pieces will be featured for a month, beginning on 20 September (11).
The legendary singer/songwriter has previously exhibited art in Denmark and Germany.
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