V&A museum acquires Bowie’s archive, will put it on displayFebruary 23, 2023 GMT
LONDON (AP) — From Major Tom to Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane, the many faces and inspirations of David Bowie are getting a permanent home in London.
Britain’s Victoria & Albert Museum announced Thursday that it has acquired Bowie’s archive of more than 80,000 items as a gift from the late musician’s estate.
Advocates chronicle LA’s Virgin of Guadalupe street artFebruary 16, 2023 GMT
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — There’s nothing that Oscar Rodriguez Zapata enjoys more than going out for a drive to explore Los Angeles’ vast neighborhoods in search of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
London gallery to show McCartney photos from Beatlemania eraJanuary 25, 2023 GMT
LONDON (AP) — A trove of previously unseen photos taken by Paul McCartney as the Beatles shot to global stardom will go on display in London this year.
The National Portrait Gallery announced Wednesday that the exhibition, titled “Eyes of the Storm,” will help mark the gallery's reopening in June after a three-year refurbishment.
Memphis museum plans events to celebrate MLK DayJanuary 10, 2023 GMT
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A new photography exhibit, a blood drive and food donations are among the planned highlights of the National Civil Rights Museum's celebration of the holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Q&A: Roger Deakins on cinema’s past and futureDecember 14, 2022 GMT
NEW YORK (AP) — The first photograph Roger Deakins ever took, in 1969 Bournemouth, England, shows a man and a woman quietly eating lunch on a bench outside a ladies room. A sign reads: “Keep it to yourself.”
Tennessee state library to display historic portrait photosDecember 7, 2022 GMT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee State Library & Archives is displaying a new exhibit on portraits from its collection of over a million historic photographs.
The library in Nashville says its exhibit named Tennesseans Through the Lens: Portrait Photography in Tennessee is free and open to the public.
Empty spaces, broken hearts in a Texas town gutted by lossMay 31, 2022 GMT
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Josie Albrecht drove frantically from house to house, retracing the school bus route she drives twice a day, delivering Uvalde’s children safely to and from school.
When she’d picked them up, hours earlier, they wore giddy grins, excited for summer break just days away: soccer, softball, freedom.