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Retrospectrum: Bob Dylan

Retrospectrum: Bob Dylan

Retrospectrum is the most expansive and in-depth exhibition of Bob Dylan's artwork ever staged in the United States. Spanning six decades, Retrospectrum features over 180 paintings, drawings, ironwork, and ephemera, showcasing the development and range of Dylan's visual practice, in tandem with that of his musical and literary canon.  
Retrospectrum, organized by Shai Baitel, the artistic director of Modern Art Museum (MAM) Shanghai, positions the Nobel Prize winning multi-faceted artist within his broader body of work, and shines a light on a life-long visual practice that is entirely remarkable in its own right. 


Retrospectrum will be a timed ticketed exhibition. Member tickets will be available in early November before standard tickets go on sale to the public. Frost Art Museum Members receive free ticket(s) based on membership level. Benefits include priority access to the exhibition; free general admission for one year; and discounts on Museum programs. Standard tickets go on sale Monday, November 22, 2021, and will cost $16 for Adults and $12 for Seniors. 

This exhibition will be FREE of charge to: students with a valid student ID; all children under 17 years of age; FIU faculty, staff, and students; "Museum on Us" pass holders; active-duty military members; military veterans; healthcare professionals and first responders; and ALL Florida educators with a valid ID.

Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum

November 30, 2021 — April 17, 2022 

Caption: Bob Dylan, Elevated Train, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 76 x 41 inches, private collection, image courtesy of the artist.