Aug 28, 2014

More Downtown NY Ephemera From 98 Bowery: Mudd Club, Times Square and more!

Flyer for Where is Art Going? panel discussion with Nancy Arlen, Jennifer Bartlett, Scott Burton, Candace Hill Montgomery, Walter Robinson, and David Salle. Moderated by Jeffery Deitch; At the General Theology Seminary, 1980
Xerox on paper, 8 1/2 x 11 in.

As long as Marc Miller keeps letting me know about new additions to the store at 98 Bowery, I'll keep posting them. These are some true treasures. All are available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis, so don't sleep if you're interested. Visit the gallery at 98 Bowery now.

“Teamwork the American Way” Presented by Candace Hill-Montgomery, a performance at Franklin Furnace, 112 Franklin Street, New York, 1981
Poster, Xerox on paper, 11 x 17 in.

Just Another Asshole benefit party and film screening, at  Mudd Club, 1979
Invitation, Offset print on paper 11 x 17 in.

Real Estate at Mudd Club, 1980
Xerox on paper, 8 1/2 x 11 in.

Art of the Future, Times Square Show flyer
Xerox on paper, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 in.

Poster for the film The Trap Door, by Beth B and Scott B, Starring John Ahearn and Jack Smith, 1980
Offset print on textured heavy stock paper, 11 x 17 in.

My interview with Godlis on the Vinyl District

I recently did a short interview with Godlis for The Vinyl District in light of his successful Kickstarter campaign. Please have a look...

"I’ve known David Godlis’ photographs longer than I’ve known him. If you’ve read any number of books or New York Times articles about CBGB and related subjects, chances are you know his work as well. I finally befriended him 6 or 7 years ago during one of my frequent periods of unemployment. He needed some help scanning proofsheets, and I was able and willing. Listening to a mix of Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, and Howard Stern broadcasts, we got to know each other pretty well." Continued here.

Aug 26, 2014

Movie of the Week: Tower Records 1971

Wow...this makes me want to cry. Vintage Los Angeles dug up this incredible footage shot in Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in 1971. Just astounding...

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