Unseen photos of David Bowie will go on display at Norfolk gallery
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An exhibition featuring photographs of David Bowie, many of which have never been displayed before, will open in Norfolk this summer.
The county is the first stop on a nationwide tour of 'David and I' which features pictures taken by the music legend's official photographer Denis O'Regan.
The 40 photographs document O'Regan's time touring the world with Bowie and give fans the chance to see rare, intimate moments ofthe musician photographed back stage, relaxing between gigs and on stage.
O'Regan was official photographer to Bowie during the 1983 Serious Moonlight Tour, the 1987 Glass Spider Tour and the 1990 Sound and Vision Tour.
He was also the photographer at events such as The Concert for Diana and Live Aid and also toured the world photographing the Rolling Stones, Queen, Duran Duran, Pink Floyd, Spandau Ballet and Thin Lizzy. The exhibition has been arranged by Mark Overton, director of Off Beat Lounge Gallery at Carleton Forehoe, near Norwich, and owner of one of the largest collections of limited edition rock photography in Europe.
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The gallery specialises in the publication and exhibition of limited edition, fine art rock photography.
The one-day exhibition, 'David and I', takes place on July 28 at the Mini dealership at Forest Way, Costessey, and tickets are available from www.ticketweb.co.uk.
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Bowie died in January, two days after his 69th birthday. He had been diagnosed with cancer 18 months earlier.