Blondie, ‘Debbie Harry, Women Are Just Slaves’
By Chris Stein
London, U.K. 1970
Signed archival digital print
Paper size 13h x 19w inches
Blondie co-founder, guitarist, producer, and co-host of cult cable show TV Party, Chris Stein began shooting in 1968 and hasn’t put the camera down since. It’s all there on film: Warhol, Debbie Harry, the cast, the city – and its his documentary of the Big Apple throughout the 70s and 80s that remains just as looming a character in his photographic archive. Beyond music, it’s photography as social document, a capsule of what was and what isn’t any longer, literally and figuratively, from the man who was in the eye of his own moment but moved with the relentless authenticity of a native New Yorker.
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