The Philharmonie de Paris has dedicated its first exhibition to David Bowie. Originally presented in 2013 at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and now touring internationally, the exhibition has met with resounding success around the globe.
After its enormous success in London, the David Bowie exhibition is presented in a slightly modified form in Paris.
David Bowie not only moves seamlessly between genres – glam rock, funk, soul, disco, electronic – but brings everything he touches to new heights. From Major Tom to Ziggy Stardust, and Aladdin Sane to Halloween Jack: always fascinated with the avant-garde, David Bowie invents and reinvents himself, placing his body on exhibit, the transformation of his persona becoming the spectacle. His musical geography – London, Berlin, New York – foreshadows and traverses the artistic trends of our recent history.
The exhibition attempts to retrace this vibrant and fascinating itinerary. Taken mainly from David Bowie’s archives,…
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