David Bowie he is basically the god of modern music. Pioneer, disruptive and daring, but always sweet and gentle, his legacy is much more than his songs. For this reason, David Bowie Estate announced a ambitious project to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
On October 25, 75 days after the 75th birthday of Bowie, will open in New York and in London two exhibits pop-up full of exclusive material. In case they don’t sound familiar, these types of exhibitions are centers where visitors can interact with art, such as the exhibition Infinite Obsession from Yayoi Kusama.
These exhibits pop-up are focused on immersing viewers in the sound and vision of Bowie, through the HD image projection. There will be a selection of historical photographs of the artist, audiovisual content, and behind-the-scenes footage from his times. Heathen and Reality.
And there is more
According to what is stated on the website of the event, called Bowie 75, will also be available merchandising special for this anniversary. For this, they will exclusive print runs of records and vinyls. In the centers there will be special guests, that will be announced on the web. And more on, it will be possible take photos in some of the most iconic costumes from David Bowie’s career.
For New York, the exhibition will be installed at 150 Wooster Street, which is close to where the artist lived. Simultaneously, in London, the venue will be at 14 Heddon Street, which is where the cover of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. Be careful, it will be open until the end of January 2022.
Just a couple of weeks ago the launch of Toy, the lost album of the artist who could never see the light … until now. This project was rejected by EMI in 2001 shortly before Bowie will migrate to Columbia, and was uploaded to the internet anonymously in 2011. However, it is now official and will be on set Brilliant Adventure (1992-2001).