Thursday, 24 November 2011

Incomparable Women Of Style

Photographer Rose Hartman has been chronicling iconic moments in fashion, style, and culture for more than 30 years. From inside the exclusive venues of New York City's nightlife -including Studio 54 and the Mudd Club - to behind-the-scenes at fashion shows (before the press was widely invited to cover the mayhem that goes on backstage), and today's see-and-be-seen Chelsea Art Gallery crowd - Hartman's archive material is like stumbling across a treasure trove of photographic memories and re-awakening glamorous era's of the past. 

Images @ Rose Hartman

Now, an exhibition of her work at NY's Gladys Marcus Library, pays homage to the images she captured on camera between 1977-2011, including more than 60 photographs of style and music icons including Madonna, Grace Jones, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jerry Hall, Bianca Jagger, Isabella Blow and Courtney Love - all of them rare and unscripted snapshots of time - “Basically, the photos you will see in the exhibition, these are moments. I was not really setting up anything,” Hartman told WWD.
Incomparable Women of Style runs from now until January 20, 2012.


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