Born in New York in 1949, Stanley Greene, a former member of the Black Panthers, studied photography at the San Francisco Art Institute. The city, then the stronghold of the new underground punk scene, became his first love. The Western Front, his earliest personal diary, is composed of sequences of images that follow one another frenetically, echoing the feelings of urgency experienced by the anarchic youth.
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