Frankie Teardrop in Times Square Show 1980

After a couple of ‘industry’ posts, this from the indie side of the fence.  I’m very proud to have been part of this show* and was in attendance that night, there was something in the air. No wonder the Times Square Show has entered into NYC mythology.

Times Square Show as described in NYU’s “Downtown Show”

Frankie Teardrop is currently up at the MoMA as part of an open-ended show.  SELECTED WORKS FROM THE CONTEMPORARY GALLERIES: 1980–NOW

A blurb from MoMA’s “Looking at Music : Side 2” 2009 exhibit

*Song by Suicide. Video by Walter Robinson,Edit DeAk & Paul Dougherty. A film-video hybrid that combines superimposed projector manipulations and high-end video post-production, finished in 1978.  Rolling Stone’s “Book of Rock Video” Top 100.

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