Between 1977 and 1985, Swiss photographer Willy Spiller lived in New York and Los Angeles. Fascinated by the speed, the energy and the absurdity of the 1970s and 1980s, he roamed the streets far and wide with his camera. Whether it was rides on the subway, dancers at the legendary Studio 54, hip-hop culture in the streets of New York or the poolside life of Los Angeles’ high society, Spiller captured all the many facets of a bygone world in images as varied, as fascinating and as absurd as that world itself had been. In the process, he combines his...
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