Mick Rock, Bowie / Ronno Shadow Fellatio UK 1972, 2013
46 × 31 cm
Edition of 50 + 5APs, signed and numbered
Mick Rock (aka The Man Who Shot the Seventies) is known for his iconic photographs of Rock & Roll legends, such as Syd Barratt, Iggy Pop, and Queen.
He became David Bowie’s official photographer and took the most iconic and memorable images of Ziggy Stardust. For the ICA, Rock has allowed us to access this extraordinary image of Mick Ronson and Ziggy Stardust as an exclusive signed and numbered limited edition. This print accompanies MickRonsonfest, part of a programme of festivals held at the ICA exploring the work of influential musical artists.
Born in 1948, British photographer Mick Rock has had major exhibitions in London, Liverpool, Berlin, Manchester, New York, Los Angeles, Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Tokyo, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.
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