GODLIS "HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT" BOOK (SIGNED BY AUTHOR)
"40 years in the making, HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT contains 119 photographs in a fine art duotone monograph edition; including photographs from GODLIS' nights at CBGB's between 1976 and 1979, when Patti Smith, the Ramones, Blondie, Richard Hell, Talking Heads, and Televsion ruled New York City's Bowery.
GODLIS, shot in the style of photographers Brassai and Robert Frank, using his handheld Leica camera and Tri-X film to capture his subjects by the natural light of the Bowery outside as well as inside the club CBGB's. Analog all the way, these photographs will take you back to the grainy heydays of the New York City Punk Scene."
- Introduction by Jim Jarmusch. Afterword by GODLIS.
- 119 Duotone Images
- 168 Pages
- 9" x 9" Hardcover
- SIGNED BY AUTHOR
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I bought this for a coworker as a secret Santa gift. She’s a professional photographer who takes photos at concerts. Thought she’d dig this. She LOVED it.
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This book is so powerful. The photos transport you. When you get lost in this book - you feel like you were there, like you are there. It’s uncanny in the best of ways. This book will be treasured for years to come and not just that, but it will be ruthlessly shared - because history this good, it would be a shame not to. The future must see what happened - and even tho the past can never be recreated; they should, we should, all strive to make the future half as incredible. Rock & Roll, punk rock and the artists who keep us all WANTING MORE will save us all! Xx
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These pics capture the essence of that time too perfection. It was worth the wait! A must get for anyone interested in visually experiencing a huge slice of NY music history.