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David Bowie is at the V&A: image gallery

 
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The Archer, 1976: photograph of Bowie for the Station to Station tour


David Bowie is at the V&A: image gallery

The Victoria & Albert Museum hosts the first ever retrospective of the avant-garde pop star, actor and fashion icon's career this year

21 February 2013

The David Bowie is exhibition, from March 23 to July 28, is one of London's biggest cultural events in 2013 for art, design and music fans alike. It features more than 300 kaleidoscopic artefacts from The David Bowie Archive, tracing his pioneering style and reinvention across five decades.

BROWSE OUR GALLERY of images from the David Bowie is... exhibition.

The exhibition, curated by the V&A's Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh, has more than 60 of the musician's stunning stage costumes, impressive set designs, music videos and album artworks, plus more personal items like handwritten lyrics and instruments.

Highlights include the Freddie Burretti-designed jumpsuit from Bowie's Ziggy Stardust era, which he teamed with flame-orange hair, make-up and red patent boots, Natasha Korniloff's Pierrot costume, designed for the Scary Monsters… (and Super Creeps) album and Ashes to Ashes music video, and a set model for Bowie's 1974 Diamond Dogs tour designed by Jules Fisher and Mark Ravitz.

The exhibition will explore the broad range of Bowie's collaborations with artists and designers in the fields of fashion, sound, graphics, theatre, art and film and is supported by a series of talks, workshops, performances and late-night openings.

David Bowie is, in partnership with Gucci and Sennheiser, runs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Rd, SW7 2RL, from March 23-July 28. vam.ac.uk.

London Evening Standard





The Archer, 1976: photograph of Bowie for the Station to Station tour

© John Robert Rowlands



Tokyo Pop, 1973: Bowie's vinyl bodysuit, designed by Kansai Yamamoto for the Aladdin Sane tour

©The David Bowie Archive



Red Platforms, 1971: boots from Bowie's Aladdin Sane tour

© V&A Images



Jumpsuit with vintage trenchcoat, 1979: designed by Willie Brown and worn for the DJ video

©The David Bowie Archive



Life on Mars?, 1972: Ice-blue suit designed by Freddie Burretti

©The David Bowie Archive



Rebel Rebel, 1974: Original lyrics sheet by David Bowie

©The David Bowie Archive



Earthling, 1997: Union Jack coat designed by Alexander McQueen in collaboration with David Bowie for the Earthling album cover

© Frank W Ockenfels 3



Diamond Dogs, 1974: album promo shoot by photographer Terry O'Neill

© V&A Images



Sketch drawings, 1978: Bowie's self portrait in pose, adopted for the Heroes album cover

© The David Bowie Archive 2012



Supro © Dual Tone electric guitar used on the Reality tour, 2004

©The David Bowie Archive



© V&A Images



Diamond Dogs, 1974: album promo shoot by photographer Terry O'Neill

© STUDIO CANAL Films Ltd



The Kon-rads, 1963: promotional shoot by photographer Roy Ainsworth for Bowie's early band

© The David Bowie Archive



Trainers from the Reality tour, 2003

©The David Bowie Archive



Ziggy Stardust, 1973: cloak decorated with kanji characters, designed by Kansai Yamamoto for the Aladdin Sane tour.
The writing translates as "one who spits out words in a fiery manner" and phonetically reads "David Bowie"

©The David Bowie Archive



David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars, 1972

©The David Bowie Archive



Reality Tour, 2003: distressed tailcoat and ensemble designed by Deth Killers of Bushwick

©The David Bowie Archive



Pierrot costume, 1980: Designed by Natasha Korniloff for the ‘Ashes to Ashes’ video and Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) album cover

©The David Bowie Archive



Quilted two-piece suit, 1972: designed by Freddie Burretti for the Ziggy Stardust tour

©The David Bowie Archive



Diamond Dogs tour, 1974: stage set model designed by Jules Fisher and Mark Ravitz

©The David Bowie Archive



Saxophone, 1973: from David Bowie's Pinups era

©The David Bowie Archive



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21 February 2013

David Bowie is Evening Standard Image Gallery

“You got ya mother in a whirl”

The headline says it all, check out what The London Evening Standard launched online earlier today.

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