David Bowie Remembered Exhibition : Lucy Bell Gallery, Hastings
Posted on 19th January 2017 by Clare Guise
We are delighted to announce that our acclaimed 'Silhouettes & Shadows; David Bowie Remembered' Exhibition is now on at the Lucy Bell Gallery in Hastings.
The exhibition is a visual celebration of the life and career of David Bowie as remembered by the photographers who knew and worked with him and features work by twelve of the world's leading music photographers.
It includes images by Mick Rock, Geoff MacCormack, Barrie Wentzell, Steve Rapport, Ian Dickson, Terry Pastor, Mark Mawston, Stefan Wallgren and Janet Macoska, as well as new and previously un-exhibited work by Fernando Aceves, Ray Stevenson and Dave Hogan.
The prints in the exhibition showcase Bowie's early career in Beckenham in the late 1960s, the rise of Ziggy Stardust and his changing personas in the decades that follow, through to one of his final live performances in 2003. Whilst the images capture his innovative and uncompromising musical genius, accompanying anecdotes and recollections by the photographers reveal the more personal and unique relationships they had with him.
The exhibition launched with great success on Saturday 7th January and is open until 25 February.