Masayoshi Sukita and David Bowie, 1972
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Masayoshi Sukita: 'In 1972 there was very little information about David Bowie in Japan and when I had arrived in London I had never even heard his name. I was immediately interested and intrigued.'

Subsequent to working with Marc Bolan of T Rex, Masayoshi Sukita secured a meeting to present his portfolio to Bowie's former manager, Tony Defries, and photographer Mick Rock. So impressed were they with Sukita's work that a portrait session with Bowie was immediately arranged to take place at a rented London studio.

The narrative thread of SPEED OF LIFE begins here - in London, 1972 - and continues through to the present day.

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