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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.
20×30-inches, “ready-to-hang” wall mount, signed by artist.
11×17-inches, “ready-to-hang” wall mount, signed by artist.
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Dig this terrycloth onse-ie on Miss Alex White and roller-skates/KISS combo on Francis Scott Key White! White Mystery modeled threads with photographer Michael Dykstra for Madison, Wisconsin-based vintage threads house, Good Style Shop.
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