London, May 10 : A collection of sketches and drawings produced by Bob Dylan while he was on the road between 1989 and 1992 will be showcased at the Halcyon Gallery in London next month.
The charcoal paintings reflect the "experience of dislocation and the ceaseless confrontation with new faces and new places" that characterized the singer's life on tour.
The Drawn Blank Series, signed by Dylan, will accompany the exhibition.
The exhibition has been supported by The Times.
Critics have compared his work to that of Munch and Matisse and of Max Beckmann and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.