David Bowie

In Day to Day on November 1, 2010 at 4:57 pm


I visited the David Bowie photography exhibition yesterday and it was really rather good, even for a non-Bowie fan. The photographs showed the star through his ‘London Years’ from 1947 to 1975 and included iconic shots such as the one used for the cover of the Aladdin Sane album and recreated by Kate Moss for Vogue in 2003. With photographs from influential photographers including Brian Duffy, Denis Taylor, Terry O’Neill, Ray Stevenson, Geoff MacCormack, David Bebbington, Jak Kilby and Bob Solly among others; this exhibition provides 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 in the late 1960s. Whilst at Proud, it is essential that you have a wander round the old stables which have now been converted into differently themed rooms whilst keeping the original stable structure and flooring completely intact.


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