David Bowie In Rotterdam 2. © GIJSBERT HANEKROOT. Courtesy MONDO GALERIA.

David Bowie In Rotterdam 2. © GIJSBERT HANEKROOT. Courtesy MONDO GALERIA.



Photograph of 30 x 40 cm. 40 x 50 cm with frame.

Limited Edition to 25 units. With the guarantee and supervision of MONDO GALERÍA.

For sale an original work for collectors.


Dutch photographer Gijsbert Hanekroot began his career in 1969 and spent the ’70s working for Oor (the first Dutch music magazine), and other publications. His career as a photojournalist perfectly aligned with the explosion of the rock scene, and he documented this golden age of music—photographing many of the era’s greatest icons.

Gijsbert captured images that revealed the human being behind the musician—expressing deeper truths about his subjects in portraits that are natural and intimate, relaxed and sincere. He retired from music photography in 1983 and became an entrepreneur—owning a publishing house and a webshop for computers and digital cameras.

Twenty years later, Gijsbert began to digitize his archives. This led to the publication of Abba…Zappa: Seventies Rock Photography (2008)—uniquely designed to recall a stack of photos—and exhibitions in Paris, London, Moscow, Tokyo, and Amsterdam. While working on his book and exhibitions, he felt a desire to return to photography. He began again by traveling and shooting his way through India, China, Eastern Europe, and the U.S.


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  • Pigment print on archival paper. ""Archival-Prints" are Museum-quality Fine-Art reproductions. Sometimes called "Giclee Prints", these artworks are made with an ultra-high-resolution fine-art printer, using the very finest archival inks and papers. Independant testing by Wilhelm Imaging Research Inc. (a world-leader in image-longevity testing) has established that these "Archival-Prints" will last more than 200 years before any noticable shift in color integrity occurs. They are truly "Museum-quality Fine-Art reproductions".