British photographer Gavin Evans is renowned for his uncompromising take on portraiture, having been commissioned by leading publications, including The New York Times and The Sunday Times Magazine. Big names, including Annie Lennox, Daniel Craig and Sir Ian McKellen, have braved his lens, as did the late, great David Bowie. From the moment his career began in the Sixties, Bowie was a groundbreaking figure in the worlds of fashion, music and art. His various personas and eclectic style made him a superstar, with his alter ego Ziggy Stardust becoming particularly iconic. Showing at Espronceda from July 14th until September 1st, The Session displays 20 portraits (some previously unseen) in a touching and intimate exposé of the man behind the legend. Captured during a 1995 Time Out photoshoot in London, it offers a revealing portrayal of an unguarded Bowie: exuberant, contemplative and exposed.