Untapped New York Insiders are invited inside the New York Public Library for a tour of the exhibition Lou Reed: Caught Between the Twisted Stars.
Considering the "multitude of lives" David Bowie lived, 20+ years rooted in one city is pretty significant, indicative of his intimate relationships with NYC.
Take a look at art installations coming to The High Line and the Broadway Malls, and new exhibits at the ICP, Center for Architecture and the Queens Museum.
The first of Little Cinema's “Bowie in Film” series, Basquiat (Immersive) was screened along with live music, dance performances, hoop performers and acrobats.
The traveling exhibit David Bowie Is, currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, is a tour de force that explores the life and influences of Bowie.
Born in London, David Bowie called NYC the place he "had fantasized over since my teens." Here are 5 iconic Bowie moments which show his passion for the city.