“David Bowie Is” Opens in London, Damn You London

March 21, 2013 | Julia Dawidowicz

David Bowie is opened last week at the V&A Museum, gracing Londonites with the ultimate, long-awaited treasure trove of all things Bowie. Oh good. Good for you, friends across the pond who get to bask in vast psychedelic projections of Bowie throughout his life, gape at personal knickknacks like his prized Diamond Dogs-era coke spoon, and wander through a magical, peephole-filled interactive Bowie funhouse, being guided along the way by that sexy, legendary voice of his. Good for you.

Brimming with original documents, art, poems, and relics — courtesy of the David Bowie Archive — the show is most definitely worth a visit if you’re in London. Or Europe in general. GO ON, you bastards. I’ll be here, pouting in my tear-streaked Ziggy Stardust makeup.

David Bowie is, The David Bowie Archives, Mar 23- Aug 11, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.