In a bid to promote his London art show, Bob Dylan's been in town, talking to the Times.
He doesn't like the music industry:
Yes, publishing's much better, with the over-bidding for unsalebale memoirs, the ghost-written, disposable guff from X Factorites and sportocelebs, the sexing-up of covers and thinning out of considered works. Given that most of the big publishers are part of entertainment industry megaliths like most of the large record labels, why does Dylan think its any different there?
And the art world? If you're placing your faith in the honesty of people who sell art, you're setting yourself up for a major disappointment.