A Kurt Cobain exhibition could be coming to a city near you very soon.
A touring exhibit of the late singer’s artwork, personal artifacts, and memorabilia, all created by the Nirvana frontman himself, is being organized.
Cobain was a noted artist that kept most of his work private. He painted Nirvana’s cover artwork for “Incesticide”; some of his pieces were shown for the first time ever in the 2015 movie “Montage of Heck”.
In early August, two of Cobain’s never-before-displayed pieces will be showcased at the Seattle Art Fair. This will lead into the singer’s own exhibition, which will have a similar concept to the Rolling Stones’ “Exhibitionism,” according to The New York Times.
Joshua Roth, director for United Talent Agency Fine Arts, said the plan is to create a touring exhibition to tell the story of Cobain through his work.
Roth also teased that Cobain’s estate includes countless more pieces of artwork, which includes everything from paintings to drawings and even sculptures.