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Mick Rock on MINUTIA MEN Podcast

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  • August 6, 2019
Mick Rock on MINUTIA MEN Podcast

Mick recently appeared on David Stern and Rick Kaempfer’s MINUTIA MEN podcast! Click below to listen to the interview.

MICK SHOOTS ERIKA JAYNE FOR STORY + RAIN

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  • July 19, 2019
MICK SHOOTS ERIKA JAYNE FOR STORY + RAIN

9 1/2 Lives – Love To Love Her, Baby. Erika Jayne Channels The Style Of An 80’s Screen Siren. Click HERE view the full article.

“QUEEN: THE ORIGIN OF A LEGEND” EXHIBITION AT FOTO MUSEO CUATRO CAMINOS IN MEXICO CITY MARCH 15th – APRIL 21st, 2019

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  • March 21, 2019
“QUEEN: THE ORIGIN OF A LEGEND” EXHIBITION AT FOTO MUSEO CUATRO CAMINOS IN MEXICO CITY MARCH 15th – APRIL 21st, 2019

MICK’S IMAGE OF DAVID BOWIE COVERS THE LATEST ISSUE OF ESQUIRE SOUTH AMERICA

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  • November 6, 2018

Check out the Bowie cover and inside the content of the latest issue of Esquire South America. I love exhibiting in South America – stay tuned for 2019 show announcements!

Click here for the PDF

THE MICK ROCK ICONIC GALLERY SHOW TO EXHIBIT AT THE JEWELRY STUDIO IN PLAINVIEW, NY OCTOBER 20TH – DECEMBER 31ST

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  • October 17, 2018
THE MICK ROCK ICONIC GALLERY SHOW TO EXHIBIT AT THE JEWELRY STUDIO IN PLAINVIEW, NY OCTOBER 20TH – DECEMBER 31ST

On October 20 and 21, The Jewelry Studio of Plainview will be hosting The Mick Rock Iconic Gallery Show, an event featuring a retrospective of the artist’s revered work; in addition, Rock himself will be in attendance both days, holding exclusive lectures and selling reproductions of some of his most well-known photographs.

The Mick Rock Iconic Gallery Show will be held Saturday, October 20th (7 p.m. lecture, showing 8-10PM) through Sunday, October 21st (2 p.m. lecture, showing 3-5PM) at The Jewelry Studio, located at 1107 Old Country Road in Plainview, NY.

For more information, please visit https://www.jewelrystudioplainview.com

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MICK IS THE FIRST GUEST ON ANDREW LOOG OLDHALM’S NEW PODCAST ‘SOUNDS & VISION’ – LISTEN HERE

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  • October 10, 2018
MICK IS THE FIRST GUEST ON ANDREW LOOG OLDHALM’S NEW PODCAST ‘SOUNDS & VISION’ – LISTEN HERE

On the first episode of Sounds & Vision, Andrew catches up with his old friend, Mick Rock. Last time Andrew saw Mick was at the premiere of his autobiographical documentary, “SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock.” Mick is often referred to as ‘The Man Who Shot the Seventies’, for his iconic images of Syd Barrett (Official), David Bowie, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Queen, The Sex Pistols, Ramones, Blondie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, etc. London born, he has resided in New York for the past 35 years.

He has shot over 100 album covers including Lou Reed’s ‘Transformer’ and ‘Coney Island Baby’, Iggy And The Stooges’ ‘Raw Power’, Queen’s Queen II (recreated for their classic music video ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’) and ‘Sheer Heart Attack’, The Ramones ‘End of the Century’ and Joan Jett’s ‘I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.’

 

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L’Officiel USA: Mick Rock, King of Glam Rock Photography, On His Near Death Experience

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  • September 18, 2018
L’Officiel USA: Mick Rock, King of Glam Rock Photography, On His Near Death Experience

With a name seemingly given to him by the gods of music themselves, Mick Rock is no stranger to the saints and sinners of music history. The British-born, New York-based photographer and director, whose career spans just shy of half a century, has collaborated with a who’s who of rock and roll mythology. His legendary album covers, including David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and Lou Reed’s Transformer, not to mention Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, as well as iconic images of the likes of Debbie Harry, Bryan Ferry, and Iggy Pop, to name just a limited few, have quite literally had a hand in shaping the legacy of rock music that is still felt today. Here, he discusses his long creative relationship with Bowie and Reed, his brush with death, and what it takes to capture the perfect image.

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MICK ROCK X NORMAN REEDUS: Announcing “Rock ’N’ Reedus Special Edition Signed Print

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  • September 7, 2018
MICK ROCK X NORMAN REEDUS:  Announcing “Rock ’N’ Reedus Special Edition Signed Print

Iconic rock photographer Mick Rock and multi-disciplinary artist Norman Reedus team up for a limited edition signed print available exclusively on Big Bald Gallery.

Curated from Mick Rock’s iconic photo session of Norman Reedus in Brooklyn, this unique photograph is an homage to one of Norman’s all-time favorite films, Midnight Cowboy.

Friends for many years, Mick Rock and Norman Reedus not only have a great personal relationship but also a deep appreciation for each other’s powerful creative talents. Mick: “Norman a great actor, but he’s also a man with a beautiful soul. Just seeing him warms my heart!” Norman: “Mick’s the real thing. He is rock & roll.”

Their powerful creative talents finally came together with a dynamic and timeless photo session in Brooklyn which produced a series of memorable images. Channeling Mick’s iconic ‘Madcap Laughs’ photos of Syd Barrett in Earls Court, London in 1969, with echoes of ‘Midnight Cowboy’s’ New York City grit, their intimate empathy is vividly reflected in Mick’s photos, which they both love.

The co-signed image is available exclusively on Big Bald Gallery. Click HERE (https://bigbaldgallery.com/products/rock-n-reedus-by-norman-reedus-and-mick-rock) to purchase.

Print Size: 11″ x 14″, frame not included

Edition Size: Limited to 300

Signatures: Norman Reedus, Mick Rock

Mick featured in the latest edition of LONG LIVE VINYL Magazine

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  • September 3, 2018

He documented the 1970s, working with some of the most famous artists on the planet, including David Bowie, Bob Marley, Queen and the PSex Pistols. Teri Saccone meets legendary photographer Mick Rock.

Click here to see the entire article

Mick’s Mexico City Interview

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  • May 10, 2018

“I like this clip because the viewer gets to see a lot of the photos on display at the exhibition. Also, the cool lady interviewer had Ziggy Stardust red hair! Not natural, she told me! Her homage to Bowie!!”