Bowie Unseen by Markus Klinko is moving from Miami/LA to the Gallery Artcube in Paris this month. We covered the opening night of this exhibition in Miami and it was an enjoyable experience. I highly recommend seeing this exhibition if you’re in Paris. There are quite a few unique shot of Bowie representing a variety of his many personas.
David Bowie is in the spotlight of the exhibition “David Bowie Unseen by Markus Klinko” (David Bowie novel by Makus Klinko), in partnership with FUJIFILM and magazine PHOTO , ArtCube the gallery from May 26, 2016 at the opening organized in the presence of the artist and photographer until 25 June 2016.
After Miami and Basel, the exhibition of the works of Markus Klinko, finally comes to Paris!
“David Bowie Unseen by Markus Klinko”
Originally from Switzerland, Markus Klinko works in the United States as a fashion photographer and celebrities. He worked closely with David Bowie during his most creative years. The recent death of the star convinced Markus to give new life to some of his footage. “After David’s death, I decided to give life to forgotten images, to make very large prints and offer them to look all over the world. “
Their artistic meeting in 2001 on the development of the album Iman, “I’m Iman” debuted collaboration and friendship of 15 years between the two men. It is around the gestation of “Heathen” album that David and Markus begin their cooperation: a mythologized coverage, black and white shots of a dandy Bowie false airs of Humphrey Bogart, a slender silhouette silhouetted Broadway on a wall, cigarette in hand, the impact of heterochromia his revolver eyes.
“One of the highlights of my career was to have the privilege to work with David Bowie,” said Markus Klinko. “I am honored to have the opportunity to unveil its remarkable pictures of David Bowie for the first time Paris. “
Exhibition at the Gallery ArtCube
Once again, the ArtCube gallery is positioned at the heart of the photographic scene dedicated to music.Having recently exhibited photos of Julian Lennon or those of Pierre Terrasson devoted to Serge Gainsbourg, ArtCube offers its walls to David Bowie, photographed by the international star Markus Klinko. Since the death of David Bowie January 10, 2016, Markus Klinko was needed to ArtCube as the most capable artists to pay tribute to the composer, arranger and performer magic, David Bowie.
The gallery will present ArtCube twenty pictures of Markus Klinko most iconic David Bowie, taken at dawn 2000s exhibition visitors can meet Markus Klinko Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the opening to the ArtCube Gallery. After the opening, the exhibition will be open until 25 June 2016.