Glenn Horowitz opened an exhibition of photographer Tom Hearn’s vintage Punk Rock photographs including previously unseen images of Debbie Harry, The Ramones, Lou Reed and John Cale. The event was in collaboration with the 20th anniversary edition of Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, which contains a new photo insert with many of Hearn’s photos. McNeil and McCain read passages from their seminal book.
Guests included Danny Fields (manager of The Ramones), Daniel Ray (producer of The Ramones), Bob Gruen (Rock Photographer), Duncan Hannah (artist), Brendan Toller (director of upcoming Danny Fields Biopic Danny Says), Sylvia Ramos (ex-wife of Lou Reed), Rise Cale (ex-wife of John Cale), Julie Garfield (daughter of John Garfield), and agent Mitch Douglas (who has recently acquired the rights to What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?).
The exhibition will be at Glenn Horowitz’ penthouse gallery until October 7th.