David Bowie Art Installation Takes Over New York City Subway Station

Subway riders can visit the one and only "Ziggy Stardust" underground. OK, not really. But a special immersive David Bowie takeover has swept the Broadway-Lafayette subway station.

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The installation, which features subway-wall-sized images of Bowie-inspired art, is in collaboration with Spotify and the Brooklyn Museum’s current exhibition "David Bowie Is."
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The installation features fan-made works of art and replicas of pieces that are part of the Brooklyn Museum’s exhibit.
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Each piece of art is paired with something the late singer said about his affection for New York City and how it impacted his work.
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In addition, each piece contains a unique Spotify code to accompany the underground experience and brings fans closer to Bowie music.
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Commuters and subway station visitors will also be able to get “Tickets to Mars” — the name given to keepsake MetroCards available for purchase inside the Broadway-Lafayette station. These MetroCards display one of five Bowie personas including Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, and Thin White Duke.
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Fans and visitors can explore the subway installation through May 13.
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