In a collaboration between Spotify and the Brooklyn Museum, New York’s Broadway-Lafayette subway station has been given a makeover as a tribute to the late, great David Bowie. The installation is part of the current David Bowie is exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, where over 400 objects of the Starman’s personal archive are on display—including show costumes, vinyls, photographs, and handwritten lyric sheets.
Featuring gigantic portraits of Bowie on the steps leading into the Broadway-Lafayette station, the “subway takeover” explores the musician’s influence on music, fashion, and culture. The installation also includes printed quotes, fan-made art, and maps of his favorite NYC hangouts. There are even limited edition MetroCards featuring images of the iconic artist from the museum’s collection. Each MetroCard grants free entry to the main exhibition to anyone who’s lucky enough to get one. Above ground, life-sized cardboard cutouts of the singer have been placed all over the city—from Times Square to Brooklyn and Downtown Manhattan, Ziggy Stardust is back in town!
You can view the subway installation until May 13, 2018, and the David Bowie is exhibit will be on display at the Brooklyn Museum until July 15, 2018. Find out more about the exhibition on the Brooklyn Museum website.