Article by Hannah Carroll Harris // Mar. 17, 2020
With David Bowie’s pioneering album ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’ (1972) came the birth of Bowie’s glitter-clad alter ego Ziggy Stardust. The boundary pushing…[read on]
Berlin // Jan. 22, 2018
We’re giving away one copy of ‘David Bowie. The Man Who Fell to Earth’, published by Taschen in conjunction with a forthcoming exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. The book presents stunning stills and…[read on]
Article by Claudia Grigg Edo in Berlin // Mar. 23, 2017
An early scene in the David Bowie-starring film ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ (1976, hereafter TMWFTE) shows a college professor and his student taking a camera to bed, heightening the thrill of their…[read on]
Article by Candice Nembhard in Berlin // Feb. 18, 2017
Total Records is an exhibition of classic and lesser known album covers from the 20th century at C/O Berlin. Abbey Road, The Velvet Underground and Lovesexy are a selection of the 500 album covers…[read on]
Article by Adam Wakeling – in Berlin // Friday, Apr. 15, 2016.
’s sound has always been ahead of its time. The release of her new album KEYS
–reminiscent of David Bowie, Metronomy
and Saint Etienne
–is an excellent occasion to look at the influential Berlin-based artist as a complete work of art…[read on…]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 03, 2014.
said that while he was growing up he wanted to be a “trendy person, not a trend.” In a way he succeeded, because he has been anything but a single fleeting trend as one of the most important artists for the past 50 years. However, defining Bowie as a trendy person would also be incorrect…[read on…]
Blog post by Emelie Flood – in Berlin; Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014.
In the dark winter cold Hadley+Maxwell
’s “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time”
is warming with its comic, yet observant and sometimes tragic anecdotes…[read on…]