DISCO DEMOLITION PHOTOGRAPHY

On July 12, 1979, Chicago native Diane Alexander White photographed iconic images of the Disco Demolition at Comiskey Park. Armed with roll of film and her Kodak Retina Reflex IIIc, a little fixed-lens camera her dad bought at a pawnshop, she captured photographs that still excite music and baseball fans decades later.

Printed on metal for a special Soho House exhibition, the Disco Demolition collection is now available for sale. Each print is “ready-to-hang” with a floating wall mount and signed by photographer Diane Alexander White. Prices include free delivery in the Chicago-land area.

LARGE PRINTS

20×30-inches, “ready-to-hang” wall mount, signed by artist.

MEDIUM PRINTS

11×17-inches, “ready-to-hang” wall mount, signed by artist.

 

 

 

 

Contact alex@whitemysteryband.com for purchase inquiries.

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