NEW YORK • Waiting for a practice simply received much less monotonous on the Broadway-Lafayette station in New York.
Concert photographs of David Bowie determine on the partitions and his large likeness seems in black-and-white on the observe entrance of the station, a brief stroll from the place the London-born rocker lived in his remaining years.
The artwork set up is sponsored by music streaming company Spotify and will probably be in place till May 13 as a tie-in with the exhibition David Bowie Is on the Brooklyn Museum.
The exhibition, which opened on the Victoria And Albert Museum in London, has travelled throughout a dozen cities, with New York scheduled to be its remaining cease.
Bowie’s demise in 2016 from most cancers surprised the music world. He lived greater than 20 years in New York, which he first visited to hunt out his hero Andy Warhol and later to absorb American soul music and star on Broadway.
The subway station put up a information, dubbed Bowie’s Neighbourhood Map, that exhibits websites related to the singer. It doesn’t, nonetheless, mark his SoHo residence which he bequeathed to his widow, supermodel Iman.
Bowie, who was already well-known when he moved to New York within the 1990s, turned out to be a surprisingly frequent commuter on the subway.
Writer William Boyd, writing in The Guardian after his demise, mentioned the rocker informed him he would carry a Greek newspaper which he pretended to learn when passengers began to recognise him.