Some of David Bowie's rare images surface in a new exhibition entitled 'Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me Bowie/MacCormack 1973-76' at the 'Brighton Museum and Art Gallery' taken by his childhood friend Geoff MacCormack. The photographs that are set to showcase at the gallery are taken during the early 70s, when Bowie's career was skyrocketing.
MacCormack joined the Spiders From Mars three year tour and captured beautiful moments. The photographs feature shots from the film 'The Man Who Fell to Earth' and scenes from the 'Trans-Siberian Express' in addition to the behind the scenes visuals. The Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me Bowie/MacCormack 1973-76 exhibition feature 60 shots in total and will run from October 17th to June 6th.
Image Credit: Geoff Maccormack