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VICE TALKS MICK ROCK EVENTS

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  • October 2, 2014

Everybody knows that New York City was a lot cooler 40 years ago. Sure, there was crime and corruption and the kind of lawlessness that spawned Travis Bickle and Bronson in Death Wish, but somehow out of that Petri dish of filth sprouted a fantastic downtown art scene. In the mid-70s, the same renaissance was happening across the pond in the UK, and photographer Mick Rock—nicknamed “The Man Who Shot the 70s”—somehow managed to document both blossoming worlds.

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