Zappa Krappa by Robert Davidson released for the first time

In the summer of 1967, nineteen year old photographer Robert Davidson was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet. Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne – Zappa obliged.

This set of images, commonly known as the ‘Zappa Krappa’ pictures almost immediately gained cult status, a sentiment echoed by Zappa himself in 1983, when stating, “I’m probably more famous for sitting on the toilet than for anything else.”

We're pleased to present a series of signed limited edition, silver gelatin prints by Robert. Click on the image for details.

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Bowie Unseen by Markus Klinko

Announcement: Bowie Unseen by Markus Klinko arrives at Modern Rocks Gallery

We're delighted to announce the arrival of the critically acclaimed collection "Bowie Unseen" by Markus Klinko.

Klinko created the cover for Bowie's 2002 album "Heathen" and worked with him again for the cover of GQ’s “Men of the Year” issue with stunning results.

Markus Klinko is an award-winning, international fashion/celebrity photographer and director, who has worked with many of today's most iconic stars of film, music, and fashion. Klinko has photographed the likes of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, Naomi Campbell, and Iman. His editorial clients include Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar, and Interview magazine. Brands such as Lancôme, L'Oréal Paris, Nike, Hugo Boss, Anna Sui, Pepsi, Skyy Vodka, and Remy Martin have hired Klinko to create advertising campaigns. His campaign for Keep A Child Alive raised over one million dollars for children with AIDS in just 3 days

Klinko created the cover for David Bowie's 2002 album "Heathen" and worked with him again for the cover of GQ’s “Men of the Year” issue. These two stunning photo sessions were bought together for the collection, "Bowie Unseen" which was released in 2016.