From Brook Mason’s article for Wallpaper*:

New York’s 1980s art world, then chock a block with Warhol’s infamous Factory, along with regular sightings of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Cindy Sherman on the prowl, is now somewhat clouded by today’s hipster galleries that dominate Chelsea. Yet that particular chapter in history can be relived in all its glory via the photographer Jeanette Montgomery Barron’s scrapbook-like tome, “My Years in the 1980s New York Art Scene,” which is packed with her snaps, shot in the studios of Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and other now notable artists, as well as gallery posters and “Village Voice” reviews.

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Browse Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s “Portraits from the 1980s” at ClampArt
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