A Portrait of Bowie: A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries

A Portrait of Bowie A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries This strikingly unique tribute to David Bowie includes a collection of stunning visual portraits of the icon throughout his career as well as written tributes by his artistic collaborators and con

  • Title: A Portrait of Bowie: A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries
  • Author: Brian Hiatt
  • ISBN: 9781844039272
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Portrait of Bowie: A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries

    This strikingly unique tribute to David Bowie includes a collection of 40 stunning visual portraits of the icon throughout his career, as well as written tributes by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries.Artists and musicians who worked with David Bowie during his lifetime or who were his contemporaries pay tribute to the icon in their own words on what it wasThis strikingly unique tribute to David Bowie includes a collection of 40 stunning visual portraits of the icon throughout his career, as well as written tributes by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries.Artists and musicians who worked with David Bowie during his lifetime or who were his contemporaries pay tribute to the icon in their own words on what it was like to work in collaboration with a man whose fluid artistic genius repeatedly broke boundaries, right up until his death This amazing collection includes personal written pieces from Zack Alford, Carlos Alomar, Toni Basil, Gail Ann Dorsey, Mike Garson, Dana Gillespie, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, Cyndi Lauper, and Nile Rodgers Alongside these tributes are 40 stunning illustrative and photographic portraits of Bowie throughout his career.Contributing artists and photographers include Derek Boshier, Cummins, Chuck Connelly, Chalkie Davies, Stephen Finer, Terry O Neill, Mick Rock, Masayoshi Sukita and Justin de Villeneuve.

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    One thought on “A Portrait of Bowie: A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries

    1. Jenn

      While some of the interviews seemed like they were taking advantage of a chance in the spotlight, the rest were extremely interesting. A couple of the interviews made me almost tear up. Having the pictures out of order was a little confusing, but I still enjoyed looking through them. Rest in Peace, David Bowie, and thanks for a lifetime of amazing music.

    2. Ian Coutts

      Very interesting read. Sent me to the web time and again to check out a reference to a song, a painter, even the odd old TV show. I now have to revisit (and in some cases visit for the first time) the man's musical output.

    3. Sean Farrell

      Of all the books published since Bowie sadly passed away, this is easily the most essential for the committed Bowie fan. It adds good information and anecdotes and takes an intelligent look at his his work as seen by those who worked with him. Full of insights and new information, as well as being lavish enough to make a perfect gift.

    4. Sheryl

      A beautiful oversized book, full of excellent photographs and featuring interviews with those who knew Bowie and were greatly impacted by his life and work. People like Nile Rodgers share their stories and experiences of working with the man, providing readers with an inside glimpse into this creative genius.

    5. Kevinjwoods

      Perhaps this would have worked best concentrating on the photography as the interviewees seem a bit random, famous musicians who met him a few times, members of his various bands, and artists who painted him, that you don't get any idea of who he was as a person, feels like a very expensive cash in that looks better than it actually is.

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