Scary Monster 1980. Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive
5 ICONIC TAKES
that defined the History of Pop
During the nine years often considered the chameleonic artist's golden years, they collaborated on five photo shoots and three album covers. Together, Duffy and Bowie broke the visual boundaries of identity and, in 1973, brought to life the timeless cultural symbol that is the cover of Aladdin Sane.
A journey thought the five most iconic photo shoots of David Bowie's career, often referred to as the "Golden Years". The five sessions were Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Thin White Duke, Lodger and Scary Monsters.
More than 150 framed works, including vintage and archival prints of the sessions, more than 30 large-format Chromaluxe prints featuring Bowie, original objects such as cameras, posters, albums, artwork and costume designs. A walkthrough accompanied by filmed interviews with all the key people associated with Bowie and Duffy at the time, including musicians, film and music producers, artists, make-up artists, hairdressers, actors, designers, journalists, Bowie's associates and friends, and Duffy.
A great opportunity to immerse yourself in some of the most important images in the history of photography and music.