David Bowie Is presents the first retrospective of David Bowie's extraordinary music career as an innovative and influential artist. This exhibition was first showcased at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London last year. This exhibition explores his creative processes, shifting style, and collaborative work with diverse designers in the fields of fashion, sound, graphics, theater and films. The David Bowie archive brings 300 objects to include 60 original costumes, handwritten lyrics, set designs, instruments, sketches, album artwork and rare performance materials since the 70s. The exhibit in the German capital was further expanded and now includes 60 additional pieces. It features his creative years from the 70s when he lived in the West Berlin district of Schönenberg and recorded "Low" and "Heroes" at Hansa Studios. The exhibition in Berlin starts tomorrow May, 20th, and runs through August, 10th, at Martin-Gropius-Bau's hall. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to visit the exhibition.
To buy tickets visit www.davidbowie-berlin.de/en
Album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane, 1973.
Photography: Brian Duffy, Duffy Archives