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From the social elite to regular people on the streets, Bill Cunningham portrayed some of the most stylish and truly fashionable people for decades. Usually dressed in his recognizable vivid blue jacket, which many industry professionals wore to pay him an homage when he passed away back in 2016, he could be seen grazing the streets of any fashion city with a keen eye for detail, looking to capture the most interesting and unique looks he came across. Opening on September 26th, Bruce Silverstein gallery in NYC is opening the exhibition Bill Cunningham | New York, New York, featuring over eighty unique vintage photographs spanning five decades.

David Bowie, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Diana Vreeland, Linda Evangelista… No one escaped Cunningham’s lens, who covered some of the most coveted events as a photographer and journalist, as well as taking some snapshots of the coolest people he came across on the streets. However, as the gallery explains, the exhibition “is not just a chronicle of fashion trends from the street to the elite, but a testimony of life in the great metropolis that poignantly bears little resemblance to the city of today.” Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to discover unknown pictures by the legendary artist until November 21st!
The exhibition Bill Cunningham | New York, New York will open September 26th and will be on view until November 21st at Bruce Silverstein gallery, both on the gallery’s website and physically at 529 W 20th St, New York.

David Valero

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