Everyone in the art world is raving about the ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition, which just landed at The Brooklyn Museum for the final stop of its world tour. Nu Hotel is proud to be the preferred partner for the David Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, and we are so excited for guests to experience the groundbreaking exhibition. Here’s why you need to see the buzzworthy David Bowie exhibition in Brooklyn.
The “David Bowie Is” exhibition runs at Brooklyn Museum from March 2nd – July 15th.
Since its recent premiere in Brooklyn, the media has been going wild about this exhibit at its new home in Brooklyn. Rolling Stone called it a stunning look into Bowie’s secret life, and The New York Times calls it, “The Bowie You’ve Never Seen.”
What’s On Hand
All of this excitement is for good reason—the collection from the famously mysterious rock icon features nearly 400 objects taken from his archives. Among these items, viewers can check out original costumes, handwritten lyric sheets, original album art, home movies, and so much more. The exhibition also shows clips from over 40 music videos, television clips, and other old pieces of film.
More specifically, there are six Freddie Burretti-designed costumes, and seven from famed designer Kansai Yamamoto. Some of the lyric sheets were for hit jams like “Fame” and “Fashion,” and some of the early album artwork is for the Young Americans record.
Presented as a multimedia installation, built for guests to walk through and immerse themselves in the real life, and fantasy of the man who was also known embodied brilliant, beautiful characters like Ziggy Stardust.
Working alongside companies like Spotify and BMW, Nu Hotel is a proud preferred partner of this exhibit and the museum. We love to send our guests to The Brooklyn Museum at all times of year, as it’s a convenient, nearby artistic landmark.
It will be an especially nice place to visit this spring, with the Bowie exhibit in full swing, and the sun shining on the neighboring Prospect Park. Book here to stay with Nu Hotel this spring.