The Everyday Adventuress Goes to the Bowie Exhibit
In our regular installment of the Everyday Adventuress, our quick-sketch correspondent visits the sizzling hot David Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. Here she explores his Golden Years and what his music has meant to her and the culture.
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The David Bowie exhibit, called “David Bowie Is,” runs until July 15th at the Brooklyn Museum. If you can’t make it, don’t worry. Our Everyday Adventuress takes you inside. Just click through below.
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