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Bowie Mixing It With The Masters

on November 04, 1998


An art exhibition at The Gallery New York in Brugg, Switzerland has a painting, the 10 ft "The Death of Mama Wati" by David Bowie and collaborator, South African art-star, Beezy Bailey, shoulder to shoulder with Masters Joseph Beuys, Keith Haring and Martin Disler. The Bowie/Bailey piece has already featured in several news stories in the Swiss Press and seems to be drawing the most comment of any of the exhibits. On show though December 15th. Click the image above to view a larger version of the painting.

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Post 1900

on November 04, 1998

From Wednesday, October 18th to January 9th, 1999, RUPERT GOLDSWORTHY GALLERY will feature a group of exhibitions on the theme of David Bowie, organized by Rupert Goldsworthy and Lithgow Osborne.

David Bowie is for many a figure whose stature as a musical innovator and stylist is enormous. Bowie has had a huge influence on succeeding generations of artists.

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From David Bowie Messageboards

on November 02, 1998

We read somewhere that David Bowie recorded some tracks around '75 with none other than Her Excellency The High Priestess of Soul Nina Simone

"Never happened, though we did meet and became friends in the mid seventies. I got to sing with her, just for fun, in the early eighties when she came to Switzerland to live for a brief while. She is an extraordinary and devastatingly talented musician and composer."--db

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New Bowieart Splash Screen

on November 02, 1998

Be on the look-out for the new Bowie Art splash page at www.bowieart.com. Designed by David himself, exclusively for Bowieart! The newly designed splash screen will be revealed later this week.

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Special Anouncement News: David Bowie To Be Program Director Of Channel 13 On Rolling Stone Radio First International Radio Network

on November 02, 1998

"As DJ for the BowieNet station on Rolling Stone Radio, my first playlist will include favorite songs from the last five decades," said Bowie. "I'm hoping music fans all over the world tune in and join me." -db

Read the Press Release for details.

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