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NEW AFRO/PAGAN AND WORK 1975-1995 BROCHURE
209cm x 209cm
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Brochure cover based around Afro/Pagan I. On sale at The Atrium Bookshop, Cork Street at £25 signed, £10 unsigned.

OLD MASTER
30" x 23"
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
1994
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*This artwork was also used as one of the components that made up the Crankin' Out competition piece 'Zeitgemas Cryptogram Circa Wuterich Dürer'.

PAINTED EGGSHELL

Egg Sized!
Paint on Eggshell!
1983 - March
Gift Shop, Sebel Town House, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, Australia.

*The owner of the gift shop at the Sebel Town House asks every famous visitor to sign or decorate an eggshell which will later be auctioned to raise money for charity.

PART VICTIM
15" x 18"
Acrylic on Canvas
1993
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London on 18th - 29th April 1995.

PAST PRESENT FUTURE ACCEPTED
30" x 22"
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.
**Memorabilia: This artwork was reproduced on a white T-shirt for sale at the gallery, £15.
Past Present Future Accepted

PHILIP GLASS PORTRAIT
No details known.

PING-PONG EASE
34cm x 56cm
Acrylic and Computer Collage on Canvas
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

PORTRAIT OF BEEZY BAILEY
305cm x 153cm
Mixed Media and Collage on Canvas
1995
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.
Portrait of Beezy Bailey

PORTRAIT OF DAVID BOWIE
305cm x 153cm
Mixed Media and Collage on Canvas
1995
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.
Portrait of David Bowie

POSTROPOLIS
Computer Print
1994

*One of the five Bowie designs in the 1,000 limited edition BowiEno Postcards produced for the War Child Charity.

PRICK
Computer Print
1994

*One of the five Bowie designs in the 1,000 limited edition BowiEno Postcards produced for the War Child Charity.

PROPHET
66.5cm x 50cm
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

PROPHET GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER
76.5cm x 57cm
Charcoal, Pastel, Watercolour and Collage on Paper
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

RAMONA A. STONE
Computer Print
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

"RACISTS!"
A4 - (210mm x 297mm)
Computer Print
1980

*Designed by David Bowie and Iman. A signed copy of the A4-sized artwork was for sale via The Face magazine. The work was sold to the highest bidder and monies received went to the anti-fascist magazine and organisation Searchlight.

SATAN
183cm x 61cm
Mixed Media (Acrylic, Oil, Gouache), Pressed Metal and Collage on Canvas
1995
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.
Satan

SARUM HEAD
52cm x 42cm
Mixed Media on Board
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

SECULAR MINUTE MAN
91cm x 121cm
Acrylic and Pencil on Canvas
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

SELF PORTRAIT
Acrylic on Canvas
1980

*Self Portrait generally known as the 'Save The Children' poster.

SELF PORTRAIT II
14" x 10½" - (35.5cm x 28.8 cm)
Charcoal, Chalk and Pastel Drawing
1996/1998

*Private collection, Australia.

**A print was exclusively displayed on 8th January 1998 at BowieArt web site for a twenty-four hour free download period to celebrate David's 51st birthday.
***The original was sold for 4,500 in January 2012.
Self Portrait II

SELF PORTRAIT
Watercolour
1995

*Self Portrait used for the '1. Outside' album cover.

SELF PORTRAIT
Between 1957 and 1969
4 Plaistow Grove, Bromley, Kent, England.

*Discovered by the new occupants of David's former home painted on the back of a cupboard!

SHOULDER
Computer Print
1994
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: The Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton Street, London, England on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*On sale at £900. Also part of the 500 edition Albion: Minotaur Series 1994 Postcards.

ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW YORK
26½" x 19½"
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
1994
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*This Fifth Avenue Gothic Church in New York, USA was the venue for Andy Warhol's memorial service.

ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW YORK II
26½" x 19½"
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
1994
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Slightly different from the above.

STAR
1975 - 37½" x 24" and 1988 edition - 17" x 14" (43cm x 35.5cm)
1975 Serigraph on Fine Pressed Rice Paper.
1988 Lithograph on Fabriano Paper
1975 November and 1998 January
Limited Edition of 50 and 175 for 1998 version.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*One of five depictions from the tarots: Death, Lovers, Star, Earth and Moon.
**Originally David produced these as Christmas presents for his friends in 1975.
***Set No. 24 on display at The Gallery were auctioned at Christie's in 1994 for £4,800.
****1998 version was available from 8th January through the BowieArt web site.

SQUEEZE 2000
91cm x 122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.
Squeeze 2000

TALK IS CHEEP CHEEP
30" x 22"
Gouache and Pastel on Paper
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.

TAMBOURINE DANCE
8" x 10"
Acrylic on Canvas
1993
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THE ADLER DIARIES SERIES
Seventeen Mixed Media Prints
Edition of 50.
1995

*Six from the set were reproduced in Q magazine 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.
**A set sold at Christie's Auctions May 23rd/29th 1997 for £2,070.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT I
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*Print I from The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. Edition 11/50 reproduced in Q magazine's 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT II
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*From The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. One of the six in Q magazine's 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT III
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*Print III from The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. Edition 11/50 reproduced in Q magazine's 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT IV
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*From The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. Edition 11/50 reproduced in Q magazine's 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes. Taken from a photograph of performance artist Ron Athey.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT V
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*From The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. One of the six in Q magazine's 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: PRINT VI
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*From The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. One of the six in Q magazine 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: A DISCIPLE OF RAMONA A. STONE
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*Print VII from The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. One of the six in Q magazine 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.

THE ADLER DIARIES: ?
Computer Print
Edition of 50.
1994

*Portraits of David Bowie and Brian Eno.
**Print ? from The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints. Edition 11/50 reproduced in Q magazine 100th Anniversary Issue as part of a 'Bowie Art competition' in which six sets of seven prints were the prizes.


THE ADLER DIARIES: MUSEUM OF MODERN PARTS
Computer Print
1994
Edition of 50.

*Print ? from The Adler Diaries Set of 17 mixed media prints.

THE CROUCH
40" x 25"
Charcoal and Chalk on Computer Print
1994
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London on 18th - 29th April 1995.
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: The Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton Street, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*The original charcoal drawing was on display at The Atrium Bookshop, Cork Street, London to coincide with his first solo exhibition.

THE CROUCH
Dimensions Made-To-Order Covered Vertical Pilasers with a White Ornate Capitol Base
1994
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Wallpaper: 72 rolls (width 21") manufactured.
**A roll of this wallpaper design was donated to The Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester by Kate Chertavian from The Cork Street Gallery. It is not on permanent display but can be viewed on appointment by contacting Christine Woods (Curator - Wallpapers).
The Whitworth Art Gallery The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6ER. Tel: 44 (0) 161 275 7450. Fax: 44 (0) 161 275 7471.

THE CROWD PLEASERS
39" x 31"
Acrylic on Canvas
1978
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THE DEATH OF THE MINOTAUR
Computer Print
1994
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

THE DEPOSITION
16" x 30"
Acrylic on Canvas
1993 - Nov/Dec
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Portrait of Michael Jackson painted in late 1993.

THE ENTERTAINER WHO IS SHOT ON STAGE
Ink
1972

THE FISTING OF LIFE
30" x 22"
Gouache and Pastel on Paper
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.

THE LAST JUDGEMENT
19" x 36½"
Gouache and Charcoal on original South African Hairdresser Advertisement Boards
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THE MINOTAUR
23" x 17½"
Hand Coloured Mixed Media Print on Arches Paper
1994
Edition of 50.

*Edition No. 4 sold at auction on behalf of War Child at The Henry Moore Gallery, The Royal College Of Art, Kensington Gore, London, England on 4th October 1994.
**Also produced as 20cm x 20cm in a full colour portfolio of twenty four works by various artists for the War Child Charity.

THE RAPE OF BIGARSEHOL
122cm x 91cm
Acrylic on Canvas
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

*Swiss collection.
The Rape of Bigarsehol

THE REMEMBER SERIES - AMULET
2¾" (7 cms) high
Aluminium
1995
Edition of 50.

*Was available for purchase through BowieArt web site.

THE REMEMBER SERIES - PROTO-TYPE
24" high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*DB: "In 1978 while in Mombassa, Kenya I came across a street vendor who was making little chess pieces right there on the sidewalk. I bought a set from him and kept them at home for all these years and then, when I had my show in 1995 in Cork Street, London I had the idea of remaking them on a much larger scale in chrome plate. The idea of fetishizing them in a shiny expensive looking material was directly influenced by Jeff Koons. It was a way of sealing forever my experiences and the present event in my life."

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. I
24" (60cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

*African Head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. II
23" (58.5cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*African Head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. III
20" (51cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*African Head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. IV
17" (43cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*African Head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. V
24" (60cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*African Head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. VI
18" (46cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Animal head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE REMEMBER SERIES NO. VII
17" (43cms) high
Chrome Plated Bronze
1995
Edition of 8.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Animal head with scratched Bo '95 signature on the base.

THE TEMPTATION IS TOO MUCH (SOMETIMES)
64.5cm x 49cm
Charcoal and Pastel on Paper
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

THE VOYEUR OF UTTER DESTRUCTION AS BEAUTY
42" x 28"
Computer Print
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THE WALKER BROTHERS TRIPTYCH
50" x 30½"
Formica, X-rays and photograph with light installation
1996
Milestones.
Exhibition: Ground Floor Gallery, Economist Plaza, St. James's St, London, England on 6th - 16th February 1997.
Exhibition: Lichfield Studios, 133 Oxford Gdns, London, England on 30th January - 3rd February 1997.
Private View: The Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London on 21st January.
Auction: Saatchi Gallery, 98 Boundary Road, London on 4th February 1997.

*Signed on the reverse 'David Bowie, '96. Artists' credits were Dr. Mitch Cassel, Dr. Frank Colenda, Reeves Gabrels and Tony Oursler. Lot No. 16 at auction.
**This exhibition of artworks were made by musicians on behalf of the War Child Charity. All the pieces were linked by a common theme referring back to a musician or band, who was their inspiration. In total twenty three participating musicians created a piece of work for this event around the person who represents for them, a musical 'milestone'. Besides Bowie, other artists included Bono, Yoko Ono, Bryan Ferry, Kate Bush, Lou Reed and Paul McCartney.

THERE IS HELL
47" x 35"
Paper, Printed Cellophane, Printed Canvas, Charcoal, Crayon and Acrylic on Canvas
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THIN WHITE MAN, 1975
9" long
Aluminium Mask
1995/96
Edition of 50.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THIN WHITE MAN, 1995
9" long
Aluminium Mask
1995/96
Edition of 50.
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

THIN WHITE MAN, 1995
Chromium Plated Bronze on Black Painted Wax Torso
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*Created by Katie Brain. Torso with David's face mask added.

TURKISH FATHER AND SON
31" x 31"
Acrylic on Canvas
1978
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.
Turkish Father and Son

UNKNOWN TITLE - VI
19" x 24" (aproximately)
Charcoal Drawing on Paper
1996
Signed and Titled

*Sold for $7,500 on 25th June 2016 at Heritage Auctions (Lot #89595).

UNKNOWN TITLE?
Unknown
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNKNOWN TITLE?
Unknown
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNKNOWN TITLE?
Unknown
1996?
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNKNOWN TITLE?
Unknown
1996?
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNTITLED LINO-CUT
Lino Cut Print
1980
Exhibition: The New Expressionist Movement Exhibition, Berlin, West Germany on 23rd - 25th March 1983.

*Currently on display in the 'David Bowie Is' exhibition.
Untitled lino-cut 2-format original

UNTITLED LINO-CUT
Lino Cut Print
1983
See above for exhibition details.

Lino-cut A3 repro print, originally advertised for sale via Starzone fanzine back in 1984.
Heidelberg KOR Lithographic print on gloss art paper, A3 size (29.7 x 42.0 cm) (11.69 x 16.53 in). Printed by Norbury Lockwood & Co. Ltd, Manchester.
A limited supply of old stock of this print is available for purchase at only £15 each plus P&P.
All monies raised go directly towards the running costs of bowiewonderworld
Please contact for further details.
Untitled lino-cut repro print

UNTITLED PAINTED CATALOGUE: BLUE
24cm x 19.75cm
Acrylic and Stencil on Laminated Catalogue Pages
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNTITLED PAINTED CATALOGUE: GREEN
24cm x 19.75cm
Acrylic and Stencil on Laminated Catalogue Pages
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

UNTITLED PAINTED CATALOGUE: MADONNA
24cm x 19.75cm
Acrylic and Stencil on Laminated Catalogue Pages
1996
David Bowie: New Paintings.
Exhibition: Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Aeschenvorstadt 15, CH-4051 Basle, Switzerland on 25th May - 6th July 1996.

VICTIM FASHION
31" x 24"
Coloured Chalk and Charcoal Drawing
1995
Exhibition/Fashion Show at: The Saatchi Gallery, 98 Boundary Road, London, England on 21st June 1995.

*David's contribution to Pagan Fun Wear, War Child Fashion Charity.
**The costumes were duplicated from David's instructions on the drawing, Melissa Hastings, a St. Martin's College design student produced and also modelled the outfit.
Each outfit consisted of: a pair of ivory coloured stretch satin boots, 3 dildo sporrans, cream coloured rubber strapless hot pant suits, rubber handbag and a pair of grey rubber leggings with fake blood handprints.
A pair of Victim Fashion outfits along with his original drawing were auctioned and raised a total of £3,500.

VOMIT NAKED EARTH
30" x 22"
Gouache and Pastel on Paper
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.

*In collaboration with Beezy Bailey.

VORTICIST IMAN
Computer Print
1994

*One of the five Bowie designs in the 1,000 limited edition BowiEno Postcards produced for the War Child Charity.

WE CAME FROM OUTER SPACE, ACTUALLY: TV CHRIST I
183cm x 104cm
Image: 1974 - Print: 1996
Cyberchrome and Mixed Media - 1996
New Persona/New Universe.
Exhibition: Biennale di Firenze Art Show, Florence, Italy on 20th September 1996 - 12th January 1997.

*Sound Collage by David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels.

WE CAME FROM OUTER SPACE, ACTUALLY: SAUCER I
183cm x 104cm
Image: 1974 - Print: 1996
Cyberchrome and Mixed Media - 1996
New Persona/New Universe.
Exhibition: Biennale di Firenze Art Show, Florence, Italy on 20th September 1996 - 12th January 1997.

*Sound Collage by David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - A NEW PLAY BY JONI VE SADD
6½" x 7½" - Image size and 8½" x 11" - Paper size
Seventeen Mixed Media Prints contained in a hand made box, printed on Arches Paper
1993 - September
Edition of 14.
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.
Little Pieces From Big Stars - The War Child Exhibition.
Exhibition: Flowers East, 282 Richmond Road, London on 28th September - 9th October 1994.

*This unfortunate play was first performed at the Globe Theatre in London in February of 2002. It had but one performance owing to the hideous construction playing the part of the Minotaur.
Comprehension was further inhibited by the density and complexity of the script written in part by a Macintosh Quadra 650 computer. These fourteen pieces of memorabilia were lovingly collected by Sadd admirer David Bowie and are displayed for your pleasure and curiosity.
Mixed Media Prints containing: Charcoal Drawings of Minotaur by David Bowie - Grid Pattern from Shuffle Computer Game - Still from Home Video - Various magazine photographs of paintings.
Computer Composition with Photoshop, Painter and Kid Pix.
There are fourteen prints in the edition numbered 1/14 to 14/14. There are two artist's proofs marked AP 1/2 and AP 2/2.
The Frontispiece of each portfolio has been hand coloured by the artist.
The prints were completed at F.F. Burman of London.
The information on the SyQuest disk from which the editorial was completed has been destroyed.
**Editions No. 3 & 4 of 14 sold at auction for £5,000 & £5,100 on behalf of War Child at The Henry Moore Gallery, The Royal College Of Art, Kensington Gore, London, England on 4th October 1994.
***Set sold at Christie's Auctions May 23rd/29th 1997 for £6,325.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 1. THE FRONTISPIECE
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500. (Heading: "A Series of 14 Prints by David Bowie. This being edition no...." signed and dated Bo'94).

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 3. THE COMPLETE TEXT
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.
We Saw A Minotaur - 3. The Complete Text

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 4. JONI VE SADD
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500. Included a variation on the original Minotaur drawing.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 5. A PRELIMINARY SKETCH-PAGE
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.
We Saw A Minotaur - 5. A Preliminary Sketch-Page

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 6. A COSTUME FOR THE UNBORN MINOTAUR
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 7. A SCENE FROM 'WE SAW A MINOTAUR'
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 8. ACT 1 SCENE 1. IT WAS A PERFECT DAY
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton Street, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500. Included a hand-sketched outline of Ira Benion, sold separately for £1,000 with the remaining prints sold at £375 each.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 9. OH, THOSE PRE-SHOW NERVES
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 10. THE MINOTAUR
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 11. GLOBE THEATRE PROGRAMME
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 12. ACT 1 SCENE 3. THE MINOTAUR WAS VERY LONELY
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 13. ACT 2 SCENE 2. THE PLOT TAKES A TURN
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 14. IRA BENIO
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 15. SOTHEBY'S LOT 1113. JAMES DEAN WITH MINOTAUR
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 16. ACT 3 SCENE 3. THE DEATH OF THE MINOTAUR
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WE SAW A MINOTAUR - 17. AN EXPLANATION
Mixed Media Computer Print.
1994 - September
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.

*Portfolio sold at £4,500.

WHERE DO THEY COME FROM? WHERE DO THEY GO?
549cm high
Mixed Media Construction
1996
New Persona/New Universe.
Exhibition: Biennale di Firenze Art Show, Florence, Italy on 20th September 1996 - 12th January 1997.
Exhibition Stand: Halle-Stad 202 B4 - Daniel Blaise Thorens FA Gallery, Switzerland.

WHITE BULL I
Hand Coloured Mixed Media Computer Print
1994
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: The Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton Street, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.
Little Pieces From Big Stars - The War Child Exhibition.
Exhibition: Flowers East at London Fields, 282 Richmond Road, London on 28th September - 9th October 1994.

*Print for sale at £900 at the Minotaur Myths and Legends Exhibition. Different version with no female statue. One of sold for £2,750.
**Originally from a statue that David drew in New York, USA.

WHITE BULL II
Print
1994
Edition of 14.
Minotaur Myths and Legends.
Exhibition: Berkeley Square Gallery, 23a Bruton St, London on 17th November - 3rd December 1994.
Little Pieces From Big Stars - The War Child Exhibition.
Exhibition: Flowers East, 282 Richmond Road, London on 28th September - 9th October 1994.

*For sale at £900 per print in both exhibitions.

WILLIAM BURROUGHS PORTRAIT
1974
No details known.

WOLF N' SHEEP
76cm x 127cm
Acrylic on Canvas
1995
Exhibition: Convention Centre, Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland on 7th - 22nd July 1995.

WOODCUTS PORTFOLIO
Twenty-Five Woodcuts in Portfolio
1983
No details known.

ZEITGEMAS CRYPTOGRAM CIRCA WUTERICH DÜRER
210mm x 297mm (A4)
1994
Crankin' Out Fanzine competition.

*This piece was originally untitled, but David decided a competition was to be held in the Crankin' Out fanzine to determine a title for the artwork. The competition winner was Nicky Young of Weybridge, Surrey, England.

DB letter: "I've done a small print exclusively for you and I hope you like it. It incorporates a couple of sketches of mine which I fed into my computer and rearranged somewhat. It doesn't have a title so maybe the "Crankies" could come up with one.".

The design was made up from two other pieces, one being Old Master that was exhibited in New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.

**Artwork and letter sold on 17th March 2013 for £598 GBP.

ZENZI
19¾" x 16"
Acrylic and Computer Collage on Canvas
1995
David Bowie: New Afro/Pagan And Work 1975-1995.
Exhibition: The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London, England on 18th - 29th April 1995.
*The Saatchi Collection, London.
Zenzi
43cm x 35.5cm
Computer Print from Iris on Somerset Paper
Edition of 200.
1995
Exhibition: Through The Looking Glass, St. John Restaurant, Clerkenwell, London, England on 27th November - 10th December 1996.
*Print No. 12 from a limited edition of 200 raised £320. Besides David contributing this print towards the charity fund-raising he also in conjunction with Denovo, created five computer generated images. These images were projected on to a huge screen on the front of a building (at 66 St. John Street) where the public could dial up a local phone number and manipulate the images over the telephone.

17" x 14" (43cm x 35.5cm)
Iris Print on Arches Paper
Signed Edition of 175.
1998
*Signed print at £250 was available for purchase at the BowieArt web site.


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