- Published on Wednesday, 10 August 2016 14:33
You might think there is nothing new under the sun when it comes to photographs of David Bowie. But think again. Snap Galleries’s new exhibition, David Bowie - unseen photographs, will feature unpublished photos from the acclaimed artist in the early stages of his musical career.
The photographs were taken by the photographer Gerald Fearn. He was the brother of “Dek” Fearnley, the bass player of the band The Buzz, who played on Bowie's very first album. Gerald's was the colour portrait that appeared on the front cover of David Bowie’s first album, the self-titled 1 June 1967 release David Bowie.
Bowie in yoga posture and mime make up. As always, true to his irreverent costume aesthetic.
Portrait of the artist with 70s vibes all over it. Loving the superhero sweater!
This could very well have been the cover of his first album.
The distinct humour we've come to know and love is well portraid in this picture.
David Bowie - unseen photographs will be on show at the gallery from 16 August to 24 September 2016. For more info, visit https://www.snapgalleries.com/news/david-bowie-unseen-photographs/
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