Who's that girl?
Imagine finding yourself 44 years later at the center of an iconic shot of legendary artist Terry O'Neill's exhibition "Bowie by O'Neill" at Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills. Help us find this lucky girl. This rarely seen photo of Bowie kissing a fan in concert during his Diamond Dog tour at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles, CA, US, September 5th, 1974 is on display at Mouche Gallery Beverly Hills. The display is running from October 29 - November 9, 2016.
"BOWIE BY O'NEILL" covers over 30 years of photographs, exploring the many faces of Bowie's extraordinary career. The exhibition documents every moment from Ziggy Stardust to Diamond Dogs. From stage shots on 'The Man Who Fell to Earth' film set to the recording studio for 'Young Americans,' including seminal portraits of Bowie in his yellow-mustard suit as well as with William Burroughs, friend and inspiration. O'Neill captured these iconic moments brilliantly. This retrospective features some of the most well known images of Bowie's career, as well as never before seen images.
In 1970, O'Neill was invited to photograph Bowie's last performance as Ziggy Stardust. After this once-in-a-lifetime experience, O'Neill continued to photograph special moments of Bowie's professional and personal life for over three decades.
"Bowie by O'Neill," the collector's edition book, is available in two limited editions. The first is an edition of 500 and is accompanied by 2 signed limited edition prints of Bowie with Elizabeth Taylor and the other with William Burroughs. Limited Availability for pick up at exhibition.
Terry O'Neill is a British photographer known for his distinctive snapshot aesthetic and for his candid portraits of celebrities. For more than 50 years his camera has chronicled the frontline of fame, particularly the emerging rock stars of the 1960's. In 2011, the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain awarded him the Centenary Medal, which has in the past been presented to talented photographers, Annie Lebowitz and Albert Watson.
MOUCHE GALLERY, "The artist is the Muse at Mouche! The artist is our inspiration," says Maestro (Owner) Keiko Noah. Keiko conducts the gallery as a space for creativity and collaboration for inspiring minds to launch, celebrate and embrace art in its ever-expanding form. It always starts with the vision, the artist, and the eye behind the lens or brush. Discovering the eyes, voids, and voice of the artist has taken the gallery on a magical adventure with every exhibition. This is at the core of Mouche culture. Vive la Mouche!
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"I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring." - David Bowie