Marcia Resnick was and remains the memory of the New York City downtown scene of 1977 to 1982, living the life even as she chronicled it. "Men are always photographing women," explains Resnick. “It is about time for a woman to photograph men.” Her photographs of the “enfants terribles” reflect this unique time in the worlds of jazz, rock and roll, literature, art, and film — an era that remains highly influential. She lives in New York City.
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