Youngstown Art Museum To Exhibit Portraits By Bob Dylan

A Youngstown art museum will exhibit a dozen pastel portraits by musician Bob Dylan later this year.

The exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art opens May 17 and runs through July 12.

The Youngstown Vindicator reports the exhibition, titled “Bob Dylan: Face Value,” premiered in 20013 at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

The portraits depict everyday people, not celebrities or famous individuals.

Photo: AP Photo
File photo depicting Bob Dylan performing in Los Angeles.

The Butler Institute has a reputation for exhibiting artwork by famous actors and musicians, with recent displays by Peter Falk, Tony Bennett, Jessica Lange, Ronnie Wood, Kim Novak and John Mellencamp.