Bob Dylan retrospective draws crowds in Beijing

By Yang Xiaoyu | | Updated: 2020-08-31 08:45
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A scene from a video installation at Retrospectrum at the Today Art Museum in Beijing on Sunday [Photo by Yang Xiaoyu/]

Iconic musician Bob Dylan's visual art retrospective, Retrospectrum, has drawn many fans to the Today Art Museum in Beijing to pay tribute to their hero.

Spotlighting Dylan as a visual artist, a lesser-known side even to most fans, the ongoing exhibition displays more than 140 manual scripts, sketches, watercolors, paintings and ironworks the legendary US singer-songwriter and Nobel Prize laureate has created over the past five decades.

"Dylan is such a great boundary crosser! Even though I'm a devout fan of his music, I hadn't realized that he could paint until I heard about this show," gushed a young visitor to the show on Sunday.

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