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Mick Rock

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Mick Rock is a British rock photographer.

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In the early 1970s, rock fused with style and fluid sexuality in a moment of extreme exhibitionism.

'Shot!' turns camera on Mick Rock

In the early 1970s, rock fused with style and fluid sexuality in a moment of extreme exhibitionism.

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Photographer Mick Rock is known as “the man who shot the 1970’s,” for his iconic photos of David Bowie, Lou Reed, Queen, Iggy Pop, Roxy Music, Blondie, and many more. He not only captured the era with his photos, but took part in the action as well and we hear all about it. TASCHEN Gallery is hosting an exhibition of his work now, and have released a collector’s edition of his new book, The Rise of David Bowie.

Mick Rock

Photographer Mick Rock is known as “the man who shot the 1970’s,” for his iconic photos of David Bowie, Lou Reed, Queen, Iggy Pop, Roxy Music, Blondie, and many more. He not only captured the era with his photos, but took part in the action as well and we hear all about it. TASCHEN Gallery is hosting an exhibition of his work now, and have released a collector’s edition of his new book, The Rise of David Bowie.

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