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56 Bleecker Gallery and Late 80s New York - September 2017 ... See MoreSee Less
Love Among the Ruins
56 Bleecker Gallery and Late 80s New York Presented by Some Serious Business and Howl!
MoMA - November 2017 ... See MoreSee Less
Pals from Club 57, Me, Tessie Chua and Deb O'Nair at the Howl Gallery - 3rd november 2017 ... See MoreSee Less
Good seeing you Bruno!
Wish I could have been there Deb. I’m sure it was brilliant ❤️😘🌟🌟😉
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Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983 at MoMA
At MoMA, New York’s Downtown ’70s Art Scene Just Came Back to Life
If the streets of the late ’70s NYC’s East Village were brutal, its arts scene was vibrant. MoMA’s show, featuring Keith Haring and ‘Bikini Girl,’ is a time-travel treat.
PRESS RELEASE : THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART CELEBRATES CLUB 57, THE FABLED POSTPUNKCLUB LOCATED IN NEW YORK’S EAST VILLAGE, WITH A MAJOREXHIBITION AND FILM SERIES ... See MoreSee Less
New York City's Club 57 will have its moment in the spotlight - Interview Magazine
The rambunctious east village art collective that blew minds and eardrums in the late 1970s and early ’80s is finally getting the recognition—and retrospective—it deserves.
an oral history of club 57, the legendary 80s underground art club
i-D talks to some of the space's former members about merging DIY art and clubbing.
MoMA Exhibition ‘Club 57’ Salutes the Art of the East Village
In homage to Club 57, most of the wall space at the MoMA exhibition is covered with art, including paintings, drawings and xeroxed party invitations.
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