Alan Kleinberg’s must-see debut exhibition opens with 29 black and white images from his vast archive of New York City’s downtown scene during the 1970’s. Focusing on Andy Warhol’s Factory, the Mudd Club, and the Greenwich Village restaurant One Fifth, “Kleinberg captures the energy of the period and his friendships with the artists, writers, dancers, models and musicians who made a lasting impact on the contemporary art scene in New York at that time.”
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