Whether David Bowie could be spotted indulging in the company of A-list colleagues from the pantheon of pop culture at Studio 54 or commanding the stage within a sold-out Madison Square Garden, critically acclaimed photographer Bob Gruen would invariably be found close by—camera in hand. Gruen brings a sense of effortlessness to his subject matter ranging from those of Bowie to the now-iconic portrait of John Lennon flashing the peace sign, foregrounded against the Statue of Liberty. Something of an icon in his own right, Gruen has earned international acclaim by way of lensing some of the biggest names and moments in music history.
© Bob Gruen, 1983
© Bob Gruen, 1977
© Bob Gruen, 1975
© Bob Gruen, 1972
© Bob Gruen, 1974
© Bob Gruen, 1989
© Bob Gruen, 1978
© Bob Gruen, 1976
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