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David Bowie at Monaco’s Carré Doré

David Bowie at Monaco’s Carré Doré

By Staff Writer - January 2, 2017

bowie2A Tribute to David Bowie (#MonacoTributeDavidBowie) continues at the Carré Doré Gallery, at 5 rue Princesse Caroline, until the end of January.

Curated by Flavia Cannata, this important exhibition is dedicated entirely to the pop icon, who died January 10, 2016, after a musical career spanning five decades. He had a lasting influence on art and fashion as well as in music.

The exhibition brings together more than 30 original works of art – from photography to paintings, and from fashion to design – by 23 artists and their virtuosity mirrors the creative talents of their subject.

A private party, by invitation only, will take place next week on the first anniversary of his death. Tokyo’s Kaptain Rock, Maxime Vauchet and the artist and composer Marcus Marin will present their musical interpretations dedicated to Bowie, created especially for the January 10 party.

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