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David Bowie, The Vision by Markus Klinko

David Bowie, The Vision by Markus Klinko

Addicted Art Gallery

Chromogenic (C-print)


Edition Size: Refer 'Details' section.

Sheet Size: Refer 'Details' section. Measurements in cm


Condition: Pristine

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Medium: Printed by Weldon Color Lab on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper (chromogenic print)


  • Small Format: Limited to 50
  • Medium Format: Limited to 25
  • Large Format: Limited to 12


  • Small Format: 61.0cm x 56.2cm
  • Medium Format: 101.6cm x 93.4cm
  • Large Format: 152.4cm x 140.0cm

Good To Know: Printed to order, artwork is shipped directly from the artist’s studio

Series: Bowie Unseen

Arty-Fact: Markus, who photographed David Bowie a number of times, describes him as an ideal subject – and that wasn’t just because of the musician’s fashion-forward cheek bones. In 2002, when Bowie was unable to schedule a shoot for GQ’s “Man of the Year” award, it was Klinko he trusted to create composite images of him holding a pack of wild wolves at bay. In 2013, based on a desire Markus had expressed years earlier to direct, David tapped him to helm the video for “Valentine’s Day”, the fourth single from his album “The Next Day”. However, Markus points out that any improvisation he did on set was always based on a well-established idea. Before their first shoot, for the artwork of “Heathen”, he and David sat together listening to rough mixes of the album prior to entering the studio, just to make sure they were on the same page.

Source: “The photos that made David Bowie an icon”, BBC Culture, 2021

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