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Between 1972 and 1973, as David Bowie was redefining glam rock as the androgynous alien rock star Ziggy Stardust, fellow Londoner Mick Rock was the musician’s official photographer. Bowie told his manager at the time, “Mick sees me the way I see myself.”
Bowie by Mick Rock features 65 large framed prints of Rock’s photographs that capture Bowie’s creativity and charisma, from dressing room shots of his transformation into Ziggy Stardust and live performances to private moments between gigs. “I think David trusted me,” Rock says. “I regarded myself as a guardian of his image, and that’s true to this day.”
The exhibit includes performance footage of Bowie; filmed interviews with Rock talking about directing Bowie's first four music videos; an original exhibit soundtrack; a multimedia film about the era; as well as photos of other music icons like Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Queen, Syd Barrett, and Debbie Harry.
About Mick Rock
Mick Rock specializes in rock n roll photography and is known as “The Man Who Shot the 70s.” He is the inimitable rock photographer who launched his career with an unknown David Bowie in 1972. From the first photo shoot developed a two-year relationship as Bowie’s official photographer. During this time Rock documented the rise and descent of Ziggy Stardust and shot promotional films, album jackets, posters, artwork, videos like Life on Mars and Space Oddity and thousands of photographs.