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'70s music star photographer Mick Rock dies

'70s music star photographer Mick Rock dies

The British photographer Mick Rock, the most prominent rock star in the seventies of the twentieth century, passed away, according to a post on his Twitter account.

'70s music star photographer Mick Rock dies The British photographer Mick Rock, the most prominent rock star in the seventies of the twentieth century, passed away, according to a post on his Twitter account.


The post stated that Mick Rock "made the Jungian journey to the other side", in reference to psychoanalyst Carl Jung.


"Those who have enjoyed living in his orbit know that Mick was more than 'the man who photographed the '70s," he added, as he was nicknamed.


"He was the poet of the photograph and he spent his days doing exactly what he loved, always in his own passionate way," the post continued.


The publication did not explain the circumstances of the photographer's death, born in London in 1948.


Mick Rock became the most famous photographer in the world of rock music, and among the most prominent of those who immortalized them in his pictures was Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and Blondie, and he became famous in the early seventies with the first personal photos of David Bowie, and for two years he was the official photographer for the British singer and composer, and executed him CD covers, posters and video songs, including “Live” On March and "Spice Odity".


Among the works of Mick Rock also covers a large number of records, including the album "Queen 2" by the famous band "Queen".


Not only did he photograph rock stars, but his lens included a much wider range of artists, including Snoop Dogg, Daft Punk and Ozzy Osbourne.

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