Transcript for First Look Inside Bob Dylan's London Gallery
and download your DVR shows anywhere. Finally tonight, you saw it here first. Here's ABC's lama Hasan with an exclusive peek at Bob Dylan's new art exhibit. Reporter: Music isn't Bob Dylan's only art form. He as visual artist. Pain I painting, drawing, cut thing since hitting the music scene in the 1960s. The tambourine man sketching on the road and in between once concerts. Nothing represents this great American icon than his latest exhibition, "The beaten path." Driving by, he said that's what I want. Reporter: Drawing inspiration from the country he knows best. It's an emotional response to his journey through America. And you can see it here in terms of the road. He's turned back to what formed him. Which was America. And all things American. Reporter: ABC news got an exclusive at his largest exhibition to date, showing America through the eyes of this creative genius who asked us, how does it feel? ??? How does it feel ??? Reporter: The gallery showcases almost 200 pieces of Dylan's artwork. In some of them the artist choosing to use moody colors reminiscent of some of his more melancholy tunes like "Girl from the north country." And everywhere you turn at the exhibition, the singer reminding us that though the times may be a-changing -- ??? the times they are a-changing ??? Reporter: Writing in a foreward Dylan explains, "I believe the key to the future is in the remnants of the past, that you have to master the idioms of your own time before you can have any identity in the present tense. Your past begins the day you were born and to disregard it is cheating yourself of who you really are." For "Nightline," I'm lama Hasan in London. ??? The times they are a-changing ??? Wow, who knew. It was Bob Dylan who said, take care of all your memories, who are you cannot relive them.
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