Berlin Exhibition Tells Story Of Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ Years
David Bowie’s intensely productive Berlin period – when he made the iconic albums “Heroes” and “Low”, launched Iggy Pop’s solo career and kicked a drug habit – is the theme of a new show adapted from last year’s sold-out exhibition in London. Arriving in 1976 from Los Angeles, exhausted from his antics as “Ziggy Stardust” and other stage personae, he shed the glam-rock outfits and big hair for a more anonymous life documented at Berlin’s Martin Gropius Bau, an extended version of the show that broke box-office records at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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