Detroit expatriate photographer Sue Rynski – now a resident of Paris, France – recently opened a show at the Galerie Nivet-Carzon in that city, spotlighting her classic photos from the Detroit punk scene of the ‘70s, with a special emphasis, of course, on Bookie’s 870. You can watch a video of Ms. Rynski and the opening (complete with subtitles) here.
Ms. Rynski (as shot by her pal and Advice Goddess columnist Amy Alkon) and one of her classic Detroit shots below.
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