The Last Party
THE INFLUENCE OF NEW YORK’S CLUB CULTURE: MID 70s – EARLY 90s
A multi-disciplinary show curated by Anthony Haden-Guest
June 17— August 23 | Opening Reception June 17 | 7-11pm
RTHK’s Radio 3, On The Last Party and Karen Finley, by Tracy Quan
Baxter St. Camera Club of New york, Summer Seeing: 10 Must-See Photos in AugustSummer Seeing: 10 Must-See Photos in August, by Patricia Silva
The New York Times, ‘The Last Party’ Celebrates New York Club Culture, by Ken Johnson
Blouin Art Info, Q&A: Anthony Haden-Guest on “The Last Party” and New York Club Culture by Noelle Bodick
ArtNet, David Ebony’s Top Ten New York Gallery Shows for June, by David Ebony
ArtNet, Savor New York’s Club Culture Mingling With Art In “The Last Party” at White Box
The Last Party celebrates the creative ferment that exploded in New York’s club culture in the mid 70s, following Watergate and the Vietnam War. It became a phenomenon whose influence spanned three decades and crossed continents until it waned in the early 90s.
The Last Party is a survey exhibition of ﬁne art, graffiti and street art, photography, video, fashion, and memorabilia that is profiled in Anthony Haden-Guest’s 1997 book, The Last Party: Studio 54, Disco and The Culture of the Night. This exhibition will run throughout the summer at WhiteBox. Offsite musical performances and capsule exhibitions will be hosted at ACME and VS Gallery (dates to be announced).
Participating artist include:
Marc H. Miller and Bettie Ringma
Alexander Dexter-Jones and Harper