Photographer, poet and filmmaker, Gerard Malanga also captured the singular atmosphere enshrouding the nihilist and post-Beat New York of the 1960-1970s. Real archives of his life, his photographs depict the creative effervescence of his time without artifice. Sympathy and sincerity is the DNA of his work.
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