Iggy Pop

Photography by Mick Rock

Iggy was a primal force, the like of which has never been equaled in rock ’n’ roll. Here was a “monster” in the Shakespearean sense, elemental, a force of nature. He was like something caged and very angry about it. When punk rock came along in full force a few years later, it was kind of amateur time compared to Iggy. It was like…this is punk?

Iggy Pop performs with the Stooges during their one-and-only UK show at the King’s Cross Cinema in London, 15th July 1972. This shot was used for the cover for the David Bowie-produced album Raw Power.

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Edition: What makes an edition ”limited”? Limited to 90

20" × 24"
Limited to 50

24" × 30"
Limited to 35

30" × 40"
Limited to 25
Location: London, GBR
Year: 1972
Color: Color
Process: What is an archival pigment print? Archival Pigment
Aspect: Tall

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