In 1976 David Bowie escaped the excesses of LA and moved to Berlin. In January of the following year, Low was released. It would be the first of three albums from Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy. Inspired by the relative isolation and music scene of his new surroundings, Low is an understated triumph. This print, produced for the Sound + Vision exhibition as part of the Dublin Bowie Festival is a response to the album and the man.
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