Retrospective shows the iconic face of feminine fearsomeness
Debbie Harry, New York Apartment
with Warhol Portrait, 1988.
© Brian Aris
Debbie Harry: Queen of Punk. Photographs by Brian Aris is a retrospective of Aris’s shots from 1977 to 1988, revealing a slight vulnerability in the early days through to the fully-evolved feminists’ arse-kicking wet dream. Aris’s vision of Harry will be stalking through the Proud Chelsea gallery until 17th February.
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