David Bowie. The myth from Ziggy Stardust to Let's Dance

Published on Jun 21, 2016

Without him the world is no longer the same. For this, from the 10th of January, the day in which David Bowie has left us, let's have a contest to remember him and celebrate his greatness. If you go shopping at Mantova Outlet Village, know that until the 17th of July, it might have been to miss the exhibition David Bowie. The myth from Ziggy Stardust to Let's Dance.

Revenue and you can find the photos of Michael Putland, one that has portrayed all the greatest of pop (Madonna, john Lennon to Rolling Stones, and even Tony Blair) and the graphic masterpieces of Terry Pastor, the artist who invented the record album cover of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972). Right from here, the journey back in time to get to know even better the lord of the dance: the second section is dedicated to Station to Station in 1976, the year of the official birth of the thin White Duke, a moment of incredible creativity that anticipated then the Trilogy of Berlin.

Then came the Eighties, and Let's Dance. A marvel of glitter and a lot of disk. Finally, the concert at Wembley Stadium in London in 1992 in honor of Freddie Mercury: is on the stage to sing with Annie Lennox, of course. Look at them and, if you like, weep. After all, Mister Bowie has been gone two days after I posted Blackstar and turned 69 years old and don't expected. Among other things, Tony Visconti, his producer, has just announced to the planet that remain of demo, unreleased and that may soon be published. Rejoice. And then get organized. From 14 July to 13 November at the Museum Mambo in Bologna arrives David Bowie is, the ultimate show that will trace his entire career, even that of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Over 300 documents, photos, memorabilia, installations, clothes. Fabulous.

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