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PUNK WAS ALWAYS A KIND OF CHIC: Escavating Duncan Hannah

One of the most notable of the decadent dandies at CBGB’s and Max’s Kansas City, an arbiter of style and major witness to punk.One of the most notable of the decadent dandies at CBGB’s and Max’s Kansas City, an arbiter of style and major witness to punk.

“Gee – How come I didn’t have that idea myself?” exclaimed Andy Warhol when he first saw the work of Duncan Hannah in 1976.

CURRENT VIEWING: THE MANHATTAN LOVE SUICIDES: Thrust In Me: Richard Kern and Nick Zedd

Richard Kern and Nick Zedd, The Manhattan Love Suicides: Thrust in Me, 1985, 35 mm, black-and-white, 35 minutes.Richard Kern and Nick Zedd, The Manhattan Love Suicides: Thrust in Me, 1985, 35 mm, black-and-white, 35 minutes.

What I wouldn't give to find a model with this effect! #cheekbonesasweapon

CURRENT VIEWING: BLANK CITY : 2008: Celine Danhier

Outfits that match the painting in the backdrop: directionalOutfits that match the painting in the backdrop: directional

Once upon a time (circa 1977) NYC was a a seething hotbed of DIY post-punk cool.

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