David Bowie, ‘Bowie No.I’


By Carolyn Djanogly
London. 1999
Signed archival digital print
Edition of 25
Paper size 30h x 30w inches

Carolyn Djanogly is a celebrated portrait photographer based in London. Her work has appeared in numerous publications such as Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Observer, Newsweek, The Times, Forbes, Stern, Der Spiegel, and more. Carolyn’s first photography publication was Centurions. A tribute to 100 people who significantly influenced the social, political and cultural texture of 20th Century Britain. 22 prints from that series were acquired by the National Portrait Gallery in London for its permanent collection. This is a striking and subtle portrait capturing the humour and elusive quality of a national icon.

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