NY Observer: Mick Rock Looks Back on Five Decades of Music Photography

NY Observer: Mick Rock Looks Back on Five Decades of Music Photography

Mick Rock, the 66-year-old British photographer with an artist’s eye and a sailor’s mouth, has clicked into existence some of the most indelible images in rock and roll. The cover of Lou Reed’s 1972 album Transformer, for instance, or, from the same year, the guitar fellatio pose featuring David Bowie and Mick Ronson. (Look it…

MICK ROCK “EXPOSED” EXTENDED THROUGH NOVEMBER 13

Due to popular demand, Mick’s latest exhibit “Exposed” has been extended through November 13th at Sumo Gallery! Here’s some more press on the incredible show. New York Observer  Milk Made Grand Life Hotels  The Daily Meal  Examiner  V Magazine  Gigwise  For more information please visit: www.SumoTribeca.com

DAVID BOWIE UNVEILS “NOTHING HAS CHANGED” ALBUM ARTWORK

DAVID BOWIE UNVEILS “NOTHING HAS CHANGED” ALBUM ARTWORK

David Bowie has unveiled the stunning artwork for his upcoming new best of album, Nothing Has Changed – with three different Jonathan Barnbrook designed sleeves. The Double Vinyl of the album features Mick Rock’s iconic shot of Bowie at his Haddon Hall home in Beckenham in 1972.  The photo is also part of Rock’s “EXPOSED” exhibit at Sumo Gallery…

MORE OF MICK ROCK “EXPOSED” IN THE NEWS

MORE OF MICK ROCK “EXPOSED” IN THE NEWS

Here are some of the latest publications to feature Mick’s “EXPOSED” exhibit at Sumo Gallery… W Magazine  New York Post Village Voice  Cool Hunting   Stupid Dope  Guest of a Guest  Fashion IQ Garance Dore  Art Nerd NY  Trendland   The Kolum