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For this reason, it seems natural that the Museu del Disseny should be the host of this unique retrospective devoted Bowie's life and work and which includes an extensive collection of outstanding creative and innovative objects.
“David Bowie Is" creates a comprehensive audiovisual exhibition experience using the most advanced multimedia technology.
Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina competed as separate nations for the first time.
In the men's coxed eights rowing final, Canada beat Romania by less than 30 centimetres -one of the closest rowing final in Olympic history. Merlene Ottey (JAM) finished only six-hundredths of a second behind the winner, Gail Devers (USA), and yet she ended up in only fifth place.
In the last lap of the 10,000m final, Derartu Tulu of Ethiopia darted into the lead and went on to win.
At the finishing line, she waited for her opponent Elana Meyer, a white South African.
The exhibition also focuses on his collaborative work with artists and designers, and demonstrates how his work has both influenced and been influenced by wider movements in art, design, music, and theater.
The V&A’s Theatre and Performance curators, Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh selected more than 300 objects that were brought together for the very first time.
Men's basketball became open to all professionals and the US sent a "Dream Team" of superstars including Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and Larry Bird.Times Monday: 16h–20h Tuesday to Thursday: 10h–20h Friday-Saturday: 10h–21h Sunday:10h–20h Last session: 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday Tickets standard weekend (Frid-Sund) 17.90 €*Tickets weekdays (Mon-Thur): 14.90 €*Tickets Fast Pass (Any day at any time): 24.90 €*Ticket reduced (Frid-Sun) (Users Gaudir Més Groups 10 people: 14.90 €*Special Ticket (Mon-Sun) (Children 3-11 years and over 65 years) 9.90 €**management expenses not included (1 €)The ticket includes a 50% discount on the price of admission to the Museum of Design and free entry to the Museum of Music.For the first time since 1972, the Games were boycott-free, due to important global political changes. Then there was the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of West and East Germany.Andreas Keller of the gold medal-winning German field hockey team was the third generation of his family to win a medal in the event.His grandfather, Erwin, earned a silver medal in 1936 and his father, Carsten, a gold in 1972.