The Victoria and Albert Museum, AKA the V&A, in London had the foresight to pay tribute to him while he was still alive, having been given full access to his extensive archive. Their extraordinarily successful exhibition David Bowie Is proved hugely popular when it opened in 2013 and has since been on a non-stop world tour. (It’s currently showing at Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna in Italy.)
A documentary about the exhibition is showing at Vue cinemas and selected venues across the UK today. Here the exhibition’s co-curator, Mr Geoffrey Marsh, explains why you should see it.