Career spanning show moves to Germany...
David Bowie

David Bowie's comeback was one of 2013's most stunning events.

New album 'The Next Day' won overwhelmingly positive praise, while a sensational retrospective at the V&A took in the entirety of the icon's career.

Well, that show is now heading to Berlin. 'David Bowie' brings together costumes, artwork and revealing memorabilia, a comprehensive audio-visual guide to his life and work.

Opening at the Martin­Gropius­Bau on May 20th, the show runs until August 10th. Stood beside the Spree river, this looks to be an extremely special way to soak up David Bowie's career.

For those who don't know: David Bowie lived and worked in Berlin during the tail end of the 70s. Absorbing Germany's avant garde culture, the singer responded with his famed 'Berlin trilogy' - 'Heroes', 'Low' and 'Lodger'.

'David Bowie' runs between May 20th - August 10th at Berlin's Martin­Gropius­Bau.

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