A smouldering and androgynous icon of the 1980s, a singer, an actress, and muse to Jean-Paul Goude, Andy Warhol and Keith Haring…Grace Jones was one of the original slashers. Armed with her over-sized shoulder pads and eccentric headgear, she dared to cover the great Piaf giving La Vie en Rose a disco dimension, she gave Roger Moore a run for his money in A View to a Kill (1985) and she made a mark on pop culture like few others. In the art world, Grace Jones was a multiple offender. And the cover of her album Nightclubbing of 1981 was the best business card ever.
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami is a raw portrait, a radical immersion into the life of this pop culture icon.