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The Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition

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on June 12, 2013

 

“Put you all inside my show”

 

Opera Gallery London has announced The Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition which will run from June 21st to August 31st, 2013. Here’s a bit from the press release:

 

Parallel to the major exhibition "David Bowie is" at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Opera Gallery London will unveil a collection of David Bowie-inspired art for their summer exhibition. The highly anticipated group show will offer a contemporary vision of ‘Bowie Mania’ with one-off masterpieces including tributes from some of today’s leading contemporary and street artists, including; Mr. Brainwash, Joe Black, Eduardo Guelfenbein, Nick Gentry, Marco Lodola and The London Police.

 

Jean-David Malat, Director of Opera Gallery London, had this to say about Bowie:

“David Bowie is an incredible ‘icon’; a term to be understood as an idol but also in the ancient Greek notion of eikōn meaning "image" or even religious work of art. It is clear to see that he has influenced many lives, and every artist involved was proud to create a piece in his honour”

Check out the Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition page here, where you can view some of the images and download the full exhibition catalogue.

 

Pictured here is Juan Barletta’s I am a World Champion, 2013.

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    12 June 2013
    The Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition

     

    “Put you all inside my show”

     

    Opera Gallery London has announced The Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition which will run from June 21st to August 31st, 2013. Here’s a bit from the press release:

     

    Parallel to the major exhibition "David Bowie is" at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Opera Gallery London will unveil a collection of David Bowie-inspired art for their summer exhibition. The highly anticipated group show will offer a contemporary vision of ‘Bowie Mania’ with one-off masterpieces including tributes from some of today’s leading contemporary and street artists, including; Mr. Brainwash, Joe Black, Eduardo Guelfenbein, Nick Gentry, Marco Lodola and The London Police.

     

    Jean-David Malat, Director of Opera Gallery London, had this to say about Bowie:

    “David Bowie is an incredible ‘icon’; a term to be understood as an idol but also in the ancient Greek notion of eikōn meaning "image" or even religious work of art. It is clear to see that he has influenced many lives, and every artist involved was proud to create a piece in his honour”

    Check out the Many Faces of David Bowie exhibition page here, where you can view some of the images and download the full exhibition catalogue.

     

    Pictured here is Juan Barletta’s I am a World Champion, 2013.