As David Bowie crossed Europe and Russia on the 1976 "Station to Station" tour, photographer Andrew Kent produced a beautiful chronicle of the star's travels.
Andrew Kent went on the road with David Bowie and Iggy Pop for three months in 1976 for the European leg of Bowie’s “Station to Station” tour. It was every photographer’s dream: total access, private settings, even spontaneous sidetrips (Moscow, anyone?). Andrew Kent had met Bowie in LA months earlier when rock journalist Cameron Crowe needed a ride to a late night interview with the star. Today the photographer considers the intimate frames he shot in Paris, London, Helsinki and elsewhere “the best work I’ve ever done for anybody, before or after.” More than 35 years later, these images remain as fresh and powerful as the day they were shot.
Printed to gallery standards by leading industry professionals using archival materials. Photographs are printed on a range of fine art papers including fiber based, resin coated, matte and pearl finish. Pigment prints are produced with archival inks. All prints are produced from the original negative or a high resolution scan from that negative.
Authentication takes several forms: hand-signed by the photographer, estate-stamped or embossed with an official seal. Every print we sell has been authenticated by the copyright holder - in most cases, directly by the individual photographer who captured the image. The copyright holder can also be a legal representative of the photographer, such as his or her or estate, a music label or a photo agency. Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
High quality black wood frame with precision-cut matting. FInished with clear acrylic plexiglass to ensure protection of the Fine Art print. White matting is specially chosen to work within the tonal family of the paper used for the print.
Premium black hardwood gallery frame with acid free matting and backing, and UV-resistant plexiglass. Ideal for Fine Art prints. The museum-grade UV conservation ensures harmful light has a minimal effect on the artwork and will prolong the life of your archival photography.