Tim Gass, Detroit| 13″ x x19″ | Archival pigment print | 1977
In the early and pre Punk years we had a sense of crazy freedom. It was before we were tracked, posted, trolled and shamed. There was limited photographic evidence of our wild times (for which I am grateful). Every photograph takes me right back to those moments. The images are Tim Gass and March Mannino, two of my closest friends, from long before they fought bravely and beautifully to the very end with AIDS.
So glad I can still enjoy the intensity of their gaze.
Tim and Marc were both amazing artists who are included in this show.
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