The Zebra One Gallery in London has released three new, unknown photos of David Bowie, taken by the famous photographer Kate Garner. These works of Zebra One Gallery in the online store was put up for sale.
During the 1995 Los Angeles shoot, Bowie was tied up with ropes and hung from the ceiling, wrapped in bandages, and placed in a white tube. These rare works are available for sale in the online store of Zebra One Gallery.
These are the few Bowie photographs left by Garner after his entire collection of photographs was stolen from a warehouse in Los Angeles 12 years ago. Garner was able to recover a historical fragment thanks to a few prints he kept in his London studio.
bandmagAccording to reports, the artist took these photos for the covers of Esquire and Ray Gun magazines. Although Garner was not a crazy fan of Bowie, he said that he found the experience very enjoyable and the musician utterly fascinating, and said that he was "one of the most amazing people he has ever met."
Who is David Bowie?
David Robert Jones, also known as David Bowie (born January 8, 1947 Brixton, London, United Kingdom - Date of death January 10, 2016; New York, United States), English singer, songwriter, actor and producer.
He became an icon of popular music for about five years and was considered innovative by critics and musicians, especially for his work in the 1970s, 1990s and 2010s. The electronic sounds he uses in his music, the artistic, avant-garde and vivid visual presentations in his albums and concerts, his stage shows - popular - have significantly influenced the development of music and the next generation of musicians. Record sales of over 140 million in his lifetime have made him one of the world's best-selling musicians. It has received 9 platinum, 11 gold, 8 silver album certificates in the UK. In addition, 11 of his albums have entered the UK's best albums list. In the US, he received 5 platinum and 7 album sales certificates. In 1999, he entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. David Bowie passed away at the age of 69 after fighting cancer for 18 months.