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A globe-trotting, crowd-packing exhibition exploring the many sides of David Bowie opened recently in its final venue of New York, also the last home of the late rock legend.The exhibition, which opened five years ago at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, will run at the Brooklyn Museum until July 15 .Curators at the Victoria and Albert said the exhibition has already drawn nearly 1.8 million visitors in the 11 cities where it has been presented including Barcelona, Berlin, Chicago, Melbourne, Paris, Tokyo, Toronto and Sao Paulo.Highlights include costumes designed for Bowie by Kansai Yamamoto and Freddie Burretti, including the spacey quilted suit that Bowie wore on his landmark 1972 performance on the BBC's "Top of the Pops".
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