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In only a week after his death, events and tributes to the King of transformation started to go around the world.

Not only photographic exhibitions but also iconographic shows and film. All are true multimedia experiences for all those who already miss him.

From Brixton, English district where the White Duke was born, to the monumental Cathedral of Utrecht, till the Walk of Fame in Hollywood: all over the world are celebrating the disappearance of one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

"David Bowie is", is the name of the exhibition held at the prestigious "Victoria and Albert Museum" in London and that ended last August but that, on the occasion of the unexpected death of the artist, will move to the "Goningen Museum" in Holland from December 11th to March 13th, 2016: This is the largest exhibition dedicated to Bowie to honor a career spanning 50 years; over 300 items including films, photographs, handwritten lyrics, sketches of costumes and scenery, historical heritage linked to the world of a man who was able to change the culture, fashion and design. Each visitor will have at his disposal a headphones to move freely on the exhibition listening songs but also tales of Bowie in person.

But this will not be the only event dedicated to the great Hero: next March 31st at "Carnegie Hall" in New York will hold a concert-tribute to the artist; the concert was already organized before his death but now will have definitely a stronger meaning.

Even the "Hernandez Art Gallery"  of Milan offers a tribute to Bowie through a selection of shots of the music of the White Duke. A show where photographers like Bruno Marzi, Massimo Barbaglia, Gigliola Di Piazza and Angelo Redaelli, documented the Italian tour of Bowie, giving life to an iconographic immersion of a genius like David. The exhibition will be open from the 18th to 30th of January.

Not only in Milan ... Masayoshi Sukita, the Japanese master of photography who more than forty years has captured and inspired David Bowie, these days is in Bologna to present the exhibition “David Bowie & Masayoshi Sukita: Heroes”, available until May 10th to "ONO contemporary art gallery".