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2013.06.26 Christie's - Pop Culture

 
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CHRISTIE'S - POP CULTURE
London, South Kensington
26 June 2013



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David Bowie
A rare early press release for David Bowie And The Lower Third, promoting the first single released under the name David Bowie, Can’t Help Thinkin’ About Me, 1966, in which the 19 year-old David Jones explains why he has adopted the stage name David Bowie There are too many Davie Jones’s
9¾x8in. (24.6x20.2cm.)
£1,000-1,500 (US$1,600-2,300/€1,200-1,700

PROVENANCE:
Phil Lancaster, Drummer with The Lower Third.


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David Bowie
A rare early concert ticket You Are Invited To Meet David Bowie With The Lower Third, the Gaiety Bar, Victoria Tavern, London, Thursday, 6 January, 1966; accompanied by three original black and white publicity photographs featuring David Bowie and the Lower Third
Ticket: 5¼x7¾in. (13.3x19.6cm.)
Photographs: 10x8in. (25.4x20.3cm.) (4)
£800-1,200 (US$1,200-1,800/€900-1,300)

PROVENANCE:
Phil Lancaster, Drummer with The Lower Third.

This concert was a record launch, probably for the single released in 1966, Can’t Help Thinkin’ About Me.



207
David Bowie
Terry O’Neill (b. 1938)
Diamond Dogs, 1974
Gelatin silver contact sheet
8x10in. (20.5x25.5cm.)

This lot is offered for sale without copyright and other reproduction rights. The buyer is advised to contact the copyright owner for relevant consents prior to reproduction.
£800-1,200 (US$1,200-1,800/€900-1,300)

During the publicity shoot for Diamond Dogs, Terry O’Neill started to shoot with the dog sitting quietly besides Bowie. But suddenly the Great Dane got over excited and reared six feet into the air, barking madly. This terrified the life out of everyone in the studio, except Bowie who didn’t even flinch.


208
David Bowie
Terry O’Neill (b.1938)
David Bowie, Diamond Dogs, London, 1974 [printed 2013]
Silver gelatin print, artists proof, signed and inscribed in black ink by the
photographer AP
40x30in. (101.5x76cm.)
£3,500-4,500 (US$5,300-6,800/€4,000-5,100)

See footnote to previous lot.


209
David Bowie
A promotional lithographic print for the album Heroes, 1978, signed and dated in red ink by David Bowie and numbered 19/20
24¾x18in. (63x45.5cm.)
£1,000-1,500 (US$1,600-2,300/€1,200-1,700)

The pose for this self portrait was also adopted for the photographic album cover of Heroes.


210
David Bowie
A belted trench coat of khaki gaberdine, labelled Swallow Raincoat, Made in England, worn by David Bowie over a pink jumpsuit in the video for his single DJ, 1979; accompanied by a document concerning the provenance (2)
£2,000-3,000 (US$3,100-4,500/€2,300-3,400)

According to the original vendor, the coat was first worn by filmmaker John Maybury and then used by Kenny Morris of Siouxsie and the Banshees. It was then given to fashion designer Willie Brown of the label Modern Classics. Brown designed the pink boiler suit that Bowie wore in the video and lent him the trenchcoat to wear over it. Brown then gave the coat to the original vendor.

The pink jumpsuit worn in the video is currently on exhibition with a later trench coat at David Bowie Is, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 23 March - 11 August 2013.


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 6 Juin - 21:43 (2013)    Sujet du message: 2013.06.26 Christie's - Pop Culture Répondre en citant

Tenté par la litho mais dommage, je suis pas libre le 26...
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