Iggy Pop

Photography by Mitchell Kearney

It was a magical night for the NY music scene, given Iggy’s position as one of Punk Rock’s Godfathers for his method of living on the bleeding edge—even before fronting the Stooges…! So, try to imagine seeing members of every kind of rock band within a hundred miles of the former Academy of Music milling around the front entrance to see and be seen. The scene at the stage door on 13th Street was crackling hot with the high hopes of simply seeing the arrival of “Mister One and Only…!” The anticipation only grew like a fever once everyone was seated and waiting. The gig kicked off with a rousing rendition of “Lust For Life” and we were treated to the sublime shirtless beauty of Iggy’s power and fury…!


Iggy Pop performs at the Palladium in New York City, 18th March 1977.

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Edition: What makes an edition ”limited”? Open Edition

30" × 20"
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40" × 30"
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Location: New York, NY
Year: 1977
Format: Black & White
Process: What is an archival pigment print? Archival Pigment
Aspect: Wide

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