Kurt Cobain Art Exhibition Tour In The Works

06/23/2016
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Kurt Cobain

(Gibson) If you're someone who has studied Kurt Cobain beyond "Smells Like Teen Spirit" fame, you probably know he was also a prolific artist. His artwork wasn't always the most socially acceptable of sorts, but it definitely had its own character and presence.

Now, a selection of the late Nirvana frontman's artwork may be on display via Jeff Jampol, who also manages the estates of the Ramones, Janis Joplin and the Ramones.

Jampol and Cobain's family are working together to put together a special touring exhibition of Cobain's "works and his art and his possessions." "(Cobain's) got some amazing canvases that a lot of the world has never seen or even heard of," Jampol told The New York Times . He also commented that Cobain's body of work is "going to be relevant for centuries." Read more here.

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