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The new Nick Cave exhibition is confirmed go ahead in 2020

Despite the continuing coronavirus pandemic, Nick Cave’s new exhition will still take place in 2020 organisers have confirmed.

After months of postponement, the new exhibition about the Aussie rocker called The Nick Cave Exhibition Stranger Than Kindness will open on June 8th at Copenhagen’s Black Diamond.

The exhibition is set to feature over 300 objects from Nick Cave’s own collections that accurately depict one of the most fascinating stories in rock and roll.

Cave’s exhibition will act as a multi-sensory exploration of not only his on-stage life but his time off stage too as he interweaves his reality with the imaginary realms he created within his music.

The Black Diamond not only confirmed that the show will run in June but that the exhibition will run for a longer period of time, all the way until February 2021.

The extension is to accommodate those patrons overseas who are still firmly in the midst of lockdown. You can buy tickets here.

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