One of the major highlights coming to Berlin this May is the David Bowie exhibition. The exhibition will take place at the Martin-Gropius-Building from May 20 until August 10, 2014.
The exhibition will feature some 300 items including handwritten lyrics, original costumes, set designs and instruments used by the legendary singer.
The show premiered in London with stopovers in Toronto and São Paolo and making its way to Berlin. The international exhibition is one of Berlin's major highlights due to David Bowie's passionate relationship with the city.
David Bowie's most productive years as a performer where in Berlin from 1976–1978. Music history was made in Berlin when the singer wrote three of his iconic albums Low (1977), Lodger (1979) and Heroes (1977). His inspiration came from West Berlin's 1970's sub-culture and the city's abundant cultural history. It definitely shows the Berlin that David Bowie knew and certainly loved.
For more information and tickets, please visit David Bowie in Berlin.