This Saturday, January 12th, join us from 5-7pm in SoHo for the January edition of 'Close Up', an ongoing series of monthly, open-format artist talks moderated by MHG. This month, we are pleased to hone in on the life's work of Al Satterwhite, a photographer whose insight into the pop and music cultures of the 1960s and 70s surpasses the visual. Be there for a slideshow presentation and discussion of some of his most hard-hitting subjects who span the gamut from counterculture icon Hunter S. Thompson and Muhammad Ali to Stevie Wonder, Burt Reynolds and The Who. While this event will be open to the public—accommodating guest admission on a first come, first served basis—select works from Satterwhite’s extensive body of work will remain on view through the forthcoming week.
© Al Satterwhite, 1971
© Al Satterwhite, 1970
© Al Satterwhite, 1974
© Al Satterwhite, 1978
© Al Satterwhite, 1972
© Al Satterwhite, 1976
© Al Satterwhite, 1973
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