Punks, Poets & Provocateurs is a book of photographs of the culture heroes of the 1970s and early 1980s, taken in New York during the period of the counterculture’s final climax. In 1977, twenty-six-year-old conceptual photographer Marcia Resnick was rocked out of her controlled studio environment and into downtown’s avant-garde landscape by the punk rock music that was electrifying New York.
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