I love Alan Vega. Agnès b. loves Alan Vega. Major figure of the New York underground music scene in the 1970s with Suicide and sonic experimental performer up to present, he is additionally a fine artist creating poetic luminous sculptures. A large crowd of admirers turned up to meet him at Agnès b. galerie on Wednesday evening. The occasion was the release of the book “Alan Vega, Conversation avec un indien” by Alexandre Bretton, accompanied by an exhibition of black and white portraits of Alan in Paris from the 1980’s by renowned photographer Pierre René-Worms.
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