Isis (magazine and website) will have copies of the Revisionist Art Catalogue to buy online, also Time Out of Mind The Lives of Bob Dylan, the second volume of the story of Bob Dylan as told by Ian Bell. Both books are available to pre-order.
Publisher’s blurb for Time Out of Mind… “By the middle of the 1970s, Bob Dylan’s position as the pre-eminent artist of his generation was assured. The 1975 album “Blood on the Tracks” seemed to prove, finally, that an uncertain age had found its poet. Perverse or driven, Dylan refused the role. By the decade’s end, the counter-culture’s poster child had embraced conservative, evangelical Christianity. Fans and critics alike were confused; many were aghast. Still the hits kept coming. Then Dylan faltered. His instincts, formerly unerring, deserted him. In the 1980s, what had once appeared unthinkable came to pass: the ‘voice of a generation’ began to sound irrelevant, a tale told to grandchildren.