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exhibition makes its 11th and final stop at Brooklyn Museum starting on Friday (3/2), when it opens for viewing. The exhibition runs through July 15, 2018, and tickets are on sale. There’s a special museum member preview on Thursday (3/1) night, and we were able to get a first look at the exhibit, and take pictures, on Wednesday (2/28) afternoon. Take a look in the gallery above.
is a feast for the ears and the eyes. Photographs, drawings, handwritten lyrics, album art, costumes, and musical instruments are joined by a variety of video installations. Brooklyn Museum’s official audio partner for the exhibition, Sennheiser, provided a sonic experience including headphones that deliver relevant audio, produced by longtime Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti, based on what part of the exhibit you’re viewing. I found that it worked well (although wireless hotspots interfere with it, so disable those). The layout is organized by theme rather than chronologically, with sections like “Ziggy Stardust,” “Rebel, Rebel,” “Black and White Years,” and “Blackstar.” The “Astronaut of Inner Space” and “Music Video” sections were particular highlights to me visually, but each section is full of things worth pouring over.
Rolling Stone reports, the limited edition releases available include a 7″ single of “Time” b/w “The Prettiest Star” and , a mini-LP with four previously unreleased recordings. , a Bowie-curated compilation available at previous stops, will also be available on red vinyl.
. Highlights include an immersive screening of (Bowie plays Andy Warhol in the film) presented by Little Cinema on March 8; The Bowie Songbook with on March 29; an immersive screening of on April 4; a talk with Tony Vicsonti on April 5; and a film series on Thursdays in June with , a re-imagining of , and . Find more information on Brooklyn Museum’s site.
Morrison Hotel Gallery is in the midst of a month-long David Bowie photo exhibition, . Running through March 23, the free exhibit features photos from Duffy, Lynn Goldsmith, Bob Gruen, Guido Harari, Geoff MacCormack, Terry O’Neill, Neal Preston, Mick Rock, Masayoshi Sukita, Barry Schultz, and Barrie Wentzell.
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