Young Thug fan Iggy Pop posed nude for a drawing class earlier this year, and revealed that the drawings would be on display at Brooklyn Museum in Fall 2016. Now it is Fall 2016, and it's officially announced that the exhibition opens November 4 and runs through March 26, 2017. The show was conceived by Jeremy Deller and it's called Iggy Pop Life Class. The drawings will also be collected for a book due out October 20 via HENI Publishing. You can check out some of them now over at Dazed Digital.

Had these drawings existed earlier, perhaps they'd have ended up in David Bowie's private art collection, which is on display in NYC right now.

In other news, Iggy is teaming with his old pal Jim Jarmusch, who made a Stooges film called Gimme Danger, to discuss the film in NYC this Monday (10/3) and again on October 27.

Earlier this year, Iggy teamed with members of Queens of the Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys for the Post Pop Depression album and a tour, which is getting a concert film. Watch a clip of "The Passenger" from that film: