Roberta Bayley : The Heartbreakers live in London photo - original print circa 1977-78

£175.00

Needless to say Bayley was an integral participant during the pub-rock scene in London and nascent  New York punk scene. Not only was one of the seminal  photographers of the scene but also worked at CBGB’s and aided setting up Punk magazine. She’s also an author, publishing of biographies of the period.

http://www.robertabayley.com/

The Heartbreakers live in London

An original 8″x10″ (approx 20cm x 25cm) B&W photographic period print (from negative) -late 1970s print. While modern ‘Archival pigment prints’ of Bayley’s work are offered online for four figures …. IMO a period photo is a far better investment and a genuine piece of ephemera. Signed on the front in silver pen by the photographer.

Condition: EX :  Photographer’s studio stamp on the reverse. This is working print from the period and not from an edition etc. No significant creasing or tears – see reverse – this is not a tear, but residue material from where  the photo was stuck onto board.

 

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Needless to say Bayley was an integral participant during the pub-rock scene in London and nascent  New York punk scene. Not only was one of the seminal  photographers of the scene but also worked at CBGB’s and aided setting up Punk magazine. She’s also an author, publishing of biographies of the period.

http://www.robertabayley.com/

The Heartbreakers live in London

An original 8″x10″ (approx 20cm x 25cm) B&W photographic period print (from negative) -late 1970s print. While modern ‘Archival pigment prints’ of Bayley’s work are offered online for four figures …. IMO a period photo is a far better investment and a genuine piece of ephemera. Signed on the front in silver pen by the photographer.

Condition: EX :  Photographer’s studio stamp on the reverse. This is working print from the period and not from an edition etc. No significant creasing or tears – see reverse – this is not a tear, but residue material from where  the photo was stuck onto board.

 

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