Studio 54, published by Stanley/Barker and edited by Thomas Zander, brings together a collection of photographs by renowned photographer, Tod Papageorge, taken in the late 1970s. They are a blast from a past filled with all the decadency, vibrancy and glamour of New York’s most infamous club, Studio 54.
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