“I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” This quote, was delivered by David Bowie at Madison Square Garden on his 50th birthday, is an apt description of the twists and turns of his influential career. A true chameleon of the stage, Bowie blazed his way across the universe of rock, continually reinventing himself and shifting into new looks and personas. A renaissance singer, songwriter, and performer, he shattered all norms and boundaries, forever changing the music and film scene before his untimely passing in 2016.
“After almost two decades of expertise in curating the shows of great artists, Morrison Hotel Gallery is very excited about this exhibit”. From his start as Davy Jones to his gender-bending turn as Ziggy Stardust. His performance as The Man Who Fell to Earth, and his transformation into the Thin White Duke. David Bowie, and the photographers that captured him on film, deserve to be celebrated. This is the perfect way to start off the exhibits and sales we’re going to have this year.”
From February 23rd thru March 23rd, BOWIE will be open to the public at each gallery, featuring some of the most iconic images ever take of the rockstar, but legendary photographers such as Geoff MacCormack, Duffy, Neal Preston, Mick Rock, Bob Gruen and many others.