David Bowie - Flashing No Color, Royal Tennis Hall 1976

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David Bowie - Flashing No Color, Royal Tennis Hall 1976

David Bowie - Live
photographer Roland Schröder

Isolar - 1976 Tour
Royal Tennis Hall - Stockholm April 26, 1976

"I'm Pierrot. I'm Everyman. What I'm doing is theatre, and only theatre ... What you see on stage isn't sinister. It's pure clown. I'm using myself as a canvas and trying to paint the truth of our time on it. The white face, the baggy pants – they're Pierrot, the eternal clown putting over the great sadness."
- David Bowie on the Thin White Duke

The tour has been described under numerous different names. Although officially referred to as the Isolar tour, it has also been given the names the Thin White Duke tour, the Station to Station tour, and the White Light Tour.

Catalogue: RRPBOW309A
Limited: 30
Paper types:
Matte FineArt archival paper, Hahnemühle (Giclée)
Photographic paper, Fuji (C-Print)
Glossy photographic paper, Hahnemühle (Giclée)
Actual print size:
A3 29,7x42,4 cm A2 42x60,6 cm A1 59,4x86,3 cm

All our images are individually cropped and have different aspect ratios - paper length will sometimes vary to standard paper sizes due to the motif.

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