Sixteen years ago, Kurt Cobain left this world behind–including a daughter, a successful grunge band, and millions of loyal, yet confused fans, wishing for his demise to be a lie or mistake. Now that we are all at peace with Kurt’s passing, his likeness is a pop culture image, forever etched in stone and a huge part of rock and roll history.
Today, artists from all mediums are paying their respects to the late pioneer of grunge. The Seattle Art Museum in Washington is hosting a very special exhibition titled, “Kurt,” themed after Kurt Cobain.
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[lastfm]Nirvana[/lastfm] and Kurt Cobain can arguably be the defining icons of Generation X, the 90’s decade, and the grunge subculture. Your chance at witnessing some of the action is a click away.
Some of the artwork featured at the show:
If you’re in the Seattle area from now through September 6, don’t miss the opportunity to see some unique pieces of art honoring former [lastfm]Nirvana[/lastfm] front man and seminal rock legend, Kurt Cobain.