Arriving in New York in the early 1970s, Christopher Makos fell in with the artists at Andy Warhol’s Factory and the underground music clubs on the Bowery. It was the dawn of punk, the exuberant days of denim and safety pins. Lost in their heady creativity, they gave Makos and his camera unprecedented access. An expanded version White Trash, Makos’ legendary 1977 book, was reissued by Glitterati in June, and this season they’ve published another retrospective of the photographer’s work, Everything: The Black and White Monograph.
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