From Paris, the Brachfeld gallery presents a solo exhibition of David Armstrong. The exhibition Night and Day is inspired from his eponymous book, published by Aron Mörel Books. The exhibition combines a selection of iconic Kodachrome color snapshots taken between Cape Cod and New York in the late 70s and early 80s, and with some of Armstrong’s first more formal black and white portraits taken during the same period of many of the same characters. The images are a true photographic report of the wild-bohemian nights and innocent mornings of the pre-AIDS east coast downtown scene.
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