Edo Bertoglio

Art, Celebrities, History, photography

Edo Bertoglio photography, Edo Bertoglio, Edo Bertoglio polaroids

When it came to music and avant garde art, few eras shone as brilliantly as the 1980s. The city was an incubator for experimental creatives like Andy Warhol, Basquiat, Debbie Harry and Madonna, individuals forging a name for themselves in a gritty yet glam city that was frantically pulsating with life.

Photographer Edo Bertoglio was lucky enough to experience the time, spending his days amongst these inevitable icons from 1976 to 1989 and oftentimes snapping photos of them in intimate situations with his Polaroid camera. Now, decades later, Bertoglio is sharing his experience through his new book, “New York Polaroids 1976-1989,” which culls 140 cherished images he’s kept near and dear since those bygone days.

See a sampling of the photos here


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