Tag Archive: David Bowie

Ken Currie at Flowers

  Scottish artist Ken Currie, who counts collectors such as the late David Bowie for example, is featured in a solo-exhibition at Flowers, on Cork Street, in the historical area of Mayfair, London. The… Continue reading

David Bowie The Man Who Fell to Earth by TASCHEN

TASCHEN’s recent title on British sci-fi masterpiece The Man Who Fell To Earth, directed by Nicolas Roeg and featuring David Bowie, presents fantastic behind-the-scene visuals by on-set photographer David James, including David Bowie preparing,… Continue reading

Depeche Mode cover Heroes

  On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the release of Heroes and further to a few live performance of the song onstage, Depeche Mode unveiled a cover of the song and accompanying… Continue reading

John Bellany x David Bowie at Fortnum&Mason

Right on time for Frieze Art Fair, Fortnum & Mason, the iconic luxury superstore in central London, currently features paintings and photographies by John Bellany (1942 – 2013) in its windows. Art collectors… Continue reading

David Bowie show in London

This September, Motor Village in Wigmore Street, Marylebone will feature an exhibition of photographs, paintings and sculptures that will celebrate the late David Bowie. Works by artists including Rankin, Guido Harari, Von Hugo and Lincoln… Continue reading

IBIZA BOHEMIA by Maya Boyd, produced by Renu Kashyap and ASSOULINE

  The latest addition to the Assouline publications is Ibiza Bohemia by Maya Boyd and Renu Kashyap. Exploring the multiple sides of the legendary Spanish Mediterranean island and the characters that make the… Continue reading

The Ettore bag by D’Estrëe

Parisian brand D’Estrëe launches a new bag honouring the designer, architect, and founder of the Memphis group Ettore Sottsass. The style of this bag celebrates purity and simplicity with an elegant handle.

Chanel: Ground Control to Major Karl

  At a time when people follow the adventures of astronaut Thomas Pesquet aboard the International Space Station closely, the cosmos and stars inspire Karl Lagerfeld. While earlier this week, the moon and the comets… Continue reading

David Bowie: China Girl

Victoria Broackes

  In 2013, Victoria Broackes, from the V&A’s Theatre and Performance department, curated David Bowie Is, an exhibition which has now reached a million and a half visits on its world tour. The… Continue reading