A portrait of an artist: David Bowie
Thursday 28 October 2010
An exclusive photographic exhibition of David Bowie's formative years in London charts the rise of one of the most influential artists of our time.
It Includes rare and unseen portraits of David Bowie from photographers including Terry O’Neill, Ray Stevenson, Geoff MacCormack, David Bebbington, Jak Kilby and Bob Solly among others; and an insider’s view into the early years of one of the most successful and stylish recording artists of all time who has sold over 136 million albums since his rise to success.
The exhibition offers a look at the artist from his birth in London in 1947 to the height of his success in 1974 with the release of his album Diamond Dogs – and his departure from the UK.
Any Day Now: David Bowie - The London Years (1947 – 1974), Proud Camden, 28th October – 5th December 2010, http://www.proud.co.uk/
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