David Bowie: Fame, Fashion, Photography is an exhibition showing unseen photographs of David Bowie.
The images have been donated by three world renowned photographers; Chalkie Davies, Tony McGee and Denis O’Regan.
This exhibition is a unique collection of images by the three British photographers who shared a close working relationship with David Bowie. Many have not been exhibited before and have not been seen outside the photographers' studios. These images of David from the photographer's private archives capture him on stage, in the studio and on tour.
This free-entry exhibition takes place on the very street where David Bowie was photographed for the cover of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars, released in June 1972.
It aims to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK through a silent online auction of the exhibited images, which are signed by the photographers.
The exhibition is open to the public, for free from the 7th-19th June in Heddon Street, London.
Please Note - The hourly slot in which you register tickets for does not require you to be present at the start of the hour. You can show up anytime within that hour slot to view the exhibition (est. viewing time of 20 minutes)