Because space in Interview was limited, only a handful of Colacello’s pictures were published each month, so most of these images have never been seen before. They bring to life a carefree but reckless moment in history when social mobility and personal expression were played out to the limits.
232 pages, 211 tritone plates, 33 cm x 23.5 cm, Plastic softcover
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Colacello’s monthly column in Interview magazine during the late 70s & early 80s was a diary of the frenetic social life that took him from art openings to movie premieres, from cocktail parties to dinner parties, from charity balls to after-hours clubs, often all in the course of a single evening....
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