Mick Rock

Bowie Red Blue Sax Multiple

Mick Rock

£800.00

Lou Reed Multiple

Mick Rock

£800.00

Debbie Harry 21

Mick Rock

£985.00

Debbie Harry Multiple

Mick Rock

£800.00

Iggy Raw Power Art

Mick Rock

£800.00

Debbie Harry NYC 1978

Mick Rock

£985.00

Bowie Chicago Autumn 1972

Mick Rock

£1,150.00

Bowie Owl Eyes CU 1972

Mick Rock

£1,210.00

Bowie With Sax 1973

Mick Rock

£1,210.00

Bowie Beverly Hills Hotel LA 1972

Mick Rock

£1,210.00

Bowie Pulling Off Mask UK 1973

Mick Rock

£1,210.00

Syd Barrett On Car London 1969

Mick Rock

£1,210.00

Iggy Pop Back Bend London 1972

Mick Rock

£1,850.00

Lou Reed & Andy Warhol NYC 1976

Mick Rock

£1,850.00

Kate Moss With Hand 2002

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

Freddie Mercury London 1974

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

Joan Jett NYC 1976

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

The Ramones NYC 1979

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

Iggy Pop NYC 1979

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

Bryan Ferry Holland Park 1976

Mick Rock

£1,600.00

Bowie Holding Binoculars, NYC 2002

Mick Rock

£1,930.00




Mick Rock

Mick Rock, globally known as The Man Who Shot The Seventies, was David Bowie’s official photographer and is the world’s number one rock ’n’ roll portrait photographer. Subject of the hit Netflix documentary, SHOT!, Rock’s outstanding portfolio includes Iggy Pop, Queen, The Sex Pistols, Blondie, Madonna, Roxy Music, Syd Barrett, The Kinks, Freddie Mercury, Motley Crüe, Andy Warhol, Ozzy Osbourne, Peter Gabriel and Thin Lizzy. More recently, Rock has captured the likes of The Killers, Ellie Goulding, The Black Keys, Kate Moss, Daft Punk, Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg and Dave Grohl to firmly cement his place as not only a witness to some of the greatest periods of musical history, but undoubtedly an active participant in its rich history.

His fine art portrait photography is appreciated as some of the most collectible in the world, with his association with David Bowie providing some highlights in an already full showreel. Encapsulated in several books, the last one of which was GLAM!, Mick Rock also directed several of Bowie’s music videos. The Life on Mars, Space Oddity and Jean Genie music videos under his direction are now all part of the permanent collection of MOMA , New York, with his friend and fellow rock ‘n’ roller affectionately agreeing; “Mick sees me the way I see myself.”