It’s been 23 years since Nirvana lead singer and guitar player Kurt Cobain’s death and his legacy lives on and not only through his music but now through his artworks. A few of his paintings, which includes the cover of their album Incesticide will be displayed at the UTA Artist Space at the Seattle Art Fair happening on August 3 to 6 this year. These artworks were discovered from Kurt’s storage and will be exhibited along with some of his works on his notebooks.
Kurt’s artworks could be part of a “touring exhibition” according to UTA Fine Arts’ head Joshua Roth in his interview with the New York Times and he admits having difficulty putting a price on said artworks since they’re very valuable to Kurt’s family. – THE D