Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 4: Places

Galleries, museums, cemeteries, cities, nations, even a zoo: places in Sailor’s Journals.

For the most part, Bowie lived in New York City for the years covered by Sailor’s Journals. Unless Bowie is discussing a specific observation about New York, it isn’t indexed.

Allaire Studio, 5/14/02
Amnesia, Ibiza, 10/29/00
Ashmolean Museum,  9/6/98
Bar Italia, 9/8/98
Basel, Switzerland, 0/22/98
Berlin, 2/20/99, 1/25/00
Bermuda, 8/23/98; 10/16/98; 11/9/98, 11/15/98; 12/15/98; 1/1/99, 7/8/99, 7/13/99
Birmingham, AL, 2/26/99
Bleeker Street, 5/17/99
Brixton (40 Stansfield Rd), 12/23/98; 1/30/03

Bromley, 11/20/1998, 12/23/98, 4/27/2001
Brooklyn Museum of Art, 9/21/99
Cabaret Voltaire, 2/20/99
Catford, 1/18/01
Center for Constitutional Rights, 1/17/00
Chimney Tops, 2/8/00

Chisenhale Gallery, 10/22/98
Chiswick House, 9/12/98
Cimetiere du Montparnasse, 1/29/99
Cimetiere Pere Lachaie, 2/20/99

Coln, Germany, 10/16/98
Contemporary Art Museum Ludwig, Bischofsgartenstrabe 1, Koln, Germany , 10/16/98
Copenhagen, 12/23/98; 11/12/01
Cream, Liverpool, 10/29/00
Dublin, 11/12/01

Dusseldorf,  1/6/00
Eidos, 8/28/98

Electric Factory (Philly), 8/28/98
Florida, 1/9/01
Gasgoian South, 2/8/00

Glastonbury, 5/17/00
Gisborne, 6/18/99
Glen Tonche, 10/15/01, 10/21/01 *
Greenwich Village, 5/17/99
Guatanamo, 1/17/00

Gulbenkian Galleries, 8/15/99
Hiroshima,  7/30/00
Hotel Randolph, Oxford, 9/5/98
Irving Plaza, 5/16/00, 10/15/01

Japan, 7/30/00
Keble Chapel, Oxford,  9/6/98
London, 4/9/98; 5/26/01
London Design Museum 8/31/98;  9/14/98
London Gallery, 9/10/98
Los Angeles, 11/27/98, 2/8/01
Madison Square Garden, 10/4/00, 10/19/01
Manhattan, 1/13/00
Mayfair, London, 2/2/00
Medhursts Department Store, 3/10/99
Metro Pictures, 1/18/01
Mexico, 1/4/01
Milton Keynes, 1/9/01
Montparnasse, 1/29/99

Montreal, 3/29/99
Morocco, 6/14/99
Mud Club on White Street in New York, .2/20/99

Musee Fraggonard, 1/27/99
Museum Ludwig, 10/16/98
New York Academy, 5/4/00; 9/24/00
New York; 8/25/98, 8/28/98; 21st – 25 St., 1/18/01
Nicaragua, 1/17/00
Norton Art Museum, 1/9/01
Oxford, UK, 9/5/98, 9/6/98
Palm Beach(FL)  Zoo, 1/9/01
Paris, 1/19/99
Pitt Rivers Museum,Oxford,  9/6/98
Railway Engine Depot and Signal Box Auf dem Wolf [museum], Basel 9/22/98

RareArt, 5/9/00
Restaurant Formally Known As The Pharmacy, 9/14/98
Ricky Tick Club, 3/12/99
Rotonde on Bd. Raspail, 2/24/99
Royal Academy, 9/10/98
Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, 8/15/99
Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, 11/21/98

Saatchi (London), 9/17/98
Saatchi (New York), 9/21/99
Science museum (Palm Springs, FL), 1/9/01
Serpentine Gallery, 10/29/98

Shakespeare Fine Art, 5/9/00
Shokan, NY 5/17/02
South Africa, 12/6/00

South London Gallery, 9/16/96
Stamford, CT, 7/30/00
Stepney, 12/23/98
St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, 9/22/98

Switzerland, 4/9/98, 12/15/98
Tate Bankside, 9/10/98, 9/22/98, 3/10/99?, 5/22/00
Tibet House, 1/4/01
Times Square, 5/17/99

Tony Shafrazi Gallery,12/16/99, 10/1/00
Toronto, 9/26/99
Vaud, Switzerland, 1/6/00
W. 27th in New York, 8/16/99
Woodstock, NY, 5/14/02

Zelda Cheatle Gallery, 2/2/00
Zurich, 2/20/99

  • There are quite a few pictures of Allaire studio and Glen Tonche on the pages about recording Heathen, many by Tony Visconti 

I think that the index is up to around 400 entries now, and the series is only half through. There are two parts to indexing: terms and pages (or in this case, because I think it is more historically interesting, dates). I haven’t indexed captions, or used the Find command to double check that I have every appearance of a word. The Find command works for finding pages — but you have to know what you are looking for. I suppose there are programs that pull all proper nouns or instances of capitalization, but I didn’t do this that way. If I had it to do over again, between Word crashes on Windows 10 and connectivity failures, I would have done it the old-fashioned way, by hand, on index cards. And I’ve done both.

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