Drag Queens, Rent Boys, Pick Pockets, Junkies, Rockstars and Punks
The Vinyl Factory & The Society Club present a major new exhibition and 124-page hardback book with legendary photographer Leee Black Childers. ‘Drag Queens, Rent Boys, Pick Pockets, Junkies, Rockstars and Punks’ features over 30 iconic images of ’60s and ’70s music and art legends – including David Bowie, The Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, Andy Warhol and Patti Smith.
* 124-page hardback book
* Text page printed on Munken Polar 150 gsm
* 2000 mic hard back cover wrapped in full colour 150 gsm Munken Polar 150 gsm paper liner with silver foil block and gloss laminate
* 4 colour end papers printed on Munken Polar 170 gsm
The Vinyl Factory & The Society Club are excited to present a major new exhibition and hardback book with legendary photographer Leee Black Childers. ‘Drag Queens, Rent Boys, Pick Pockets, Junkies, Rockstars and Punks’ features over 30 iconic photographs of hugely influential ’60s and ’70s music and art legends – including David Bowie, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Debbie Harry, Robert Mapplethorpe, Iggy Pop, The Sex Pistols, Andy Warhol and his infamous “Superstars” such as Jackie Curtis and Candy Darling.
Documenting magical, significant and unimaginable times, the exhibition takes place at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea from Thursday 6 December through to 23 December 2013. Entry is free.
From Andy Warhol’s The Factory and Max’s Kansas City to The Chelsea Hotel and The Anarchy Tour, Leee has been eye-witness to the musicians and artists that defined a generation and made a major impact on the generation that would follow. “Andy Warhol told me to find your spot, grab a chair and let them come to you,” says Leee.
To accompany the show, The Vinyl Factory is publishing a 124-page hardback book. Featuring witty and personal tales about legendary icon penned by a friend who knew them well, accompanied by truly revealing portraits showing the likes of Bowie, Warhol, Rotten and others as you’ve never seen them before.
“These are stories and memories I have treasured from my very eventful past history,” says Leee.
|Dimensions||7 × 6 × 3 cm|
Leee Black Childers
The Vinyl Factory / The Society Club