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Bowie Mini Featured At British Moter Show

on October 26, 1998

10/27/98 NEWS: BOWIE MINI FEATURED AT BRITISH MOTER SHOW Paul Smith, Kate Moss and David Bowie are featured designers at the MINI exhibit at this weeks 1998 British International Motor Show. Read David?s 8.31.98 journal entry for additional details.

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on October 26, 1998

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Bowie Tv

on October 22, 1998

Tonight at 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m.(EST) VH-1 will air VH-1 Most Fashionable Performances. Highlights include David Bowie's appearance at the 1996 VH-1 Fashion Awards Show. This show will also be aired on Saturday, October 24th 11:00 a.m. - noon (EST)

Other upcoming David Bowie TV appearances include VH-1 Legends, to be aired on Thursday, October 29th, Noon - 1:00 p.m. (EST) (subject to change)

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Thurston Moore Exhibition

on October 21, 1998

Thurston Moore Exhibition
Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road
London E3 5QZ
England
15 October - November 1, 1998

In October 1997, independent music label Lo Recordings received a tape containing 30 different one-minute guitar pieces by Thurston Moore of the band Sonic Youth. Lo Recordings teamed up with Commercial Too, an independent art venture borne out of Commercial Gallery, copied the 30 guitar pieces onto individual one-minute tapes and sent them out to a wide cross section of artsts and musicians enclosed in a custom designed vacuum cleaner bag.

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Review Of Thurston Moore Exhibition (the Independent - The Friday Review - 16 October 1998

on October 21, 1998

Considering Rock's uneasy relationship with visual art down the years; it's to the benefit of this show that the music used as the spur to the various exhibits- guitar noise by Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore - is about as far from mainstream rock as it gets.

Packaged in vacuum- cleaner bags, these pieces were sent out as cassettes to a variety of artists and musicialns, whose responses comprise the exhibition and its accompanying CD. At their most basic, some of the pieces simply illustrate the difficulty many visual artists experience dealing with a form as amorphous and intangible as music.

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