Daniel Kim and Brendan Dolan
This exhibit aims to illustrate the issues and movements that contributed to a turbulent decade of protest in New York's East Village late in the last century. It also strives to publicize the Squatters' Rights Collections at NYU's Tamiment Library. The items in this exhibit are but a small sampling of the their textually rich and graphically striking primary source materials.
Frank Zappa of the Mothers of Invention. The band, from Los Angeles, played nightly for 6 months - March through September 1967 - at the Garrick Theater, which was upstairs from the better known Cafe Au Go Go. Across the street (where Zappa is facing in the photo) was Gerde's Folk City. Zappa lived for those months in in apartment on Charles St. …
Tens of thousands of photographs of actors and actresses, in character and as themselves, from the 19th century to recent years.