David Bowie, a candid elegance, photographs by Guido Harari

In their shared revolutionary approach to aesthetical storytelling, David Bowie and photographer Guido Harari prove formidable collaborators. Still, the result of their working together would be something far from what fans of either might have anticipated. From a headshot of the late legend overlain beneath a bokeh Roman night sky to a triptych of an understated Bowie emerging from a field of black infinity, the portraits of Harari are a compelling study in restrained elegance.

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