Fans of Bowie have been given extra time to catch up with a highly acclaimed exhibition of intimate portraits of the star who died six years ago on 10 January 2016.
The show was due to end this summer but has been extended until 23 January 2022 to allow fans to see the amazing collection of images by photographer Geoff MacCormack.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery will also open on Mondays during January to allow visitors to see the show before it closes.
The show has been hugely successful. Over 60% of visitors to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery had made a special trip to see the show and we’ve welcomed over 27,000 visitors last year.
The show includes up to 80 large original framed photographs of Bowie by MacCormack. These photographs are complemented by a short film shot by Bowie on their trip to Moscow in 1973, music videos of Bowie and MacCormack on stage together, film excerpts and music in the galleries.
Tickets are available to book on our website www.brightonmuseums.org.uk or can be bought at the door.
CEO of RPMT Hedley Swain said: “We’re very proud of this brilliant show put together by our curator Martin Pel with the photographer Geoff MacCormack who knew Bowie so well. They are beautiful images of an artist who changed music and pop culture forever.
“If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t miss out.”
Admission to the museum and Bowie / MacCormack exhibition
Brighton & Hove resident Adult £5.50 (Proof of adult residence required at museum entrance. Applies only to those living in postcodes BN1, BN2, BN3 or BN41 and students studying at Brighton or Sussex University).
Brighton & Hove resident Child £3
Non-resident Adult £12.00
Non-resident Child (5-18) £6.60
2 adults with up to 2 children £30.60
1 adult with up to 2 children £18.60