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Omar Kilani, Ashes to Ashes

Omar Kilani, Ashes to Ashes, pencil drawing on paper, 30×42 cm.

(Ashes to ashes )
Do you remember a guy that’s been
In such an early song?
I’ve heard a rumor from Ground Control
Oh no, don’t say it’s true
They got a message from the Action Man
“I’m happy, hope you’re happy too
I’ve loved all I’ve needed, love
Sordid details following”
The shrieking of nothing is killing, just
Pictures of Jap girls in synthesis and I
Ain’t got no money and I ain’t got no hair
But I’m hoping to kick but the planet it’s glowing
Ashes to ashes, funk to funky
We know Major Tom’s a junkie
Strung out in heaven’s high
Hitting an all-time low
Time and again I tell myself
I’ll stay clean tonight
But the little green wheels are following me
Oh no, not again
I’m stuck with a valuable friend
“I’m happy, hope you’re happy too”
One flash of light but no smoking pistol.

The exhibition is still on virtual display:

Kilani and his work at GO Gallery
Kilani and his work at GO Gallery

Brian Duffy collection at GO Gallery.

Aladdin Sane

Brian Duffy (1933 – 2010) was an English photographer and film producer, best remembered for his fashion and portrait photography of the 1960s and 1970’s.
Duffy had an eight-year working relationship with the artist David Bowie and shot five key sessions over this period providing the creative concept as well as the photographic image for three album covers, including the 1973 Aladdin Sane (also named ‘the Mona Lisa of pop’) when Duffy interpreted Bowie’s original title of ‘A Lad Insane’ as Aladdin Sane, 1979 Lodger and 1980 Scary Monsters. Duffy also photographed David Bowie  as his character  Ziggy Stardust  in July 1972 and on the set of the Nick Roeg cult film  ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth on location for the Sunday Times in 1976.

All Duffy photo prints incl. passe-partout 50×50 cm.  € 345

Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive & The David Bowie Archive
Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive, all rights reserved. 

“HEROES”, a tribute to David Bowie. July 22 – August 29. Now virtual!

‘Sir David Bowie agt sea’ by The London Police

The London Police, ‘Sir David Bowie at see’, 50×50. Hand drawn using indelible ink and acrylic paint on Brussels linen.

On display from tomorrow onwards at the new exhibition “HEROES”, a tribute to David Bowie.

Also available on screen print, edition of 88, (paper size 48×48 cm, print size 40×40 cm. € 100)

“HEROES”, a tribute to David Bowie. Exhibition at GO Gallery

Govert de Roos – David Bowie live in concert Ahoy Rotterdam at 13 May 1976

35 Artists have been inspired by the postmodern avant-garde artist, his music, his life and his striking personality.
In this exhibition you can see just as many stories in the form of paintings, drawings, objects and photos about one of the most important icons of our time.
The exhibition can be seen from July 22 to August 29, including during the adjusted programming of the annual Amsterdam Gay Pride.
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