Recap: Bruno Hadjadj "Bye Bye CBGB" At Clic Gallery

By - Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Last Night Clic Gallery held the opening of Bye Bye CBGB, which was a final goodbye to one of the last relics of New York punk rock and 1970s/1980s underground culture. CBGBs was a historic landmark, a music club that became a hub for American punk and new wave bands. Bye Bye CBGB is an exhibition by Bruno Hadjadj, comprised of black and white prints and silver prints mounted on light boxes with the flickering electric lights animating the figures. The accompanying sketches are rendered with a mix of ink and pencils. Here are some images of the opening night. Bruno Hadjadj Bye Bye CBGB February 2 – February 28, 2012 Clic Gallery NYC 255 Centre Street NY, NY Photo: Fresh Paint NYC Source: Clic Gallery

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