>>>Bowie lives on

Bowie lives on

Admirers of the legendary singer have the chance to say their farewells to the creator of ‘Ziggy Stardust’. The Groninger Museum (the Netherlands) has extended its “David Bowie is” exhibition for four extra weeks. The show, which runs until 10 April, features over 300 objects, including handwritten letters by the artist, costumes and illustrations.

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