David Bowie Sculptures by Maria Primolan...and 100 David Bowie's books
WESTMINSTER LIBRARY, London, UK
1st Floor (staircase only – no disabled access) 35 St Martin’s Street SC2H 7HP Tel 020 7641 6200
10am - 8pm Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm Saturdays and closed on Sundays – free admission
BOWIE’S BOOKS– talk event
Introducing Bowie’s Books by the author John O’Connell
Westminster Library, London, UK
John O’Connell is a former Senior Editor at Time Out and music columnist for The Face. He is now a freelance journalist, writing mainly for The Times and The Guardian. He interviewed David Bowie in New York in 2002. He lives in south London.
Exhibition and talk event
To celebrate and honour the memory of David Bowie in January, which also marks his birthday, there will be a special exhibition of David Bowie sculptures by the Italian artist and sculptor Maria Primolan in Central London at the Westminster Library on 7th January 2020. Maria Primolan has chosen this wonderful place to exhibit her art and to remind all his fans and music lovers that David Bowie was a great enthusiastic reader, in 2013 he also wrote his special list of favourite and most inspiring books. Besides the exhibition, on 13th January 2020 there will be a special event with the writerJohn O’Connell who will give a talk about the 100 titles that David Bowie said changed his life. O’Connell will talk about his latest book Bowie’s Books where he explores this list in the form of one hundred short essays, each offering a perspective on Bowie as man, performer and creator.