Most people familiar with the art of Marcia Resnick know it through Re-visions, her series of smart and very funny photographs tracking the passage of a pre- adolescent girl into young womanhood and her late-1970s/early-1980s portraits of Bad Boys – the musicians, artists and writers of New York City's "downtown" scene.
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