Hervé Guibert, the writer, photographer and photo critic—he began contributing to Le Monde in 1977—officially arrives in the United States this month with his first American exhibition. What better place than the Lower East Side, the cradle of subcultures and the 1980s gay scene to host these fifty photographs? In some ways, Guibert, nearly 20 years after his death, is coming home.
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