Bob Dylan is more than just a pretty face who can win Novel prizes for his poetry skills. That's right, he's also a landscape painter. This Saturday, a new exhibition of his work is opening in London at the Halcyon Gallery. It runs until December 11 and features his American landscapes and city scenes.

In a new essay for Vanity Fair, Dylan wrote that his work consists of "pictures that would not be misinterpreted or misunderstood by me or anybody else...They are up to the moment realism—archaic, most static, but quivering in appearance. They contradict the modern world."

Read the full essay here.

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