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“Madonna NYC83” by Richard Corman

Madonna NYC83 is an era-defining collection of images from Richard Corman’s photo shoots with the ‘material girl’ in 1983 as she released her first studio album.

Corman shared with Milk Gallery his thoughts on the 1980s New York creative scene, when fashion, art and music collided.

“It was original, it was unique and it was on fire,” Corman said.

Madonna and the budding photographer first met at her East Village apartment and “for the next several hours, the pair walked the streets of New York City as she turned nursing homes, rooftops and building rubble into her own personal photo studio,” Milk says.

The exhibition of more than 50 images coincides with the release of Corman’s photo book of the same title. Duggal congratulates Richard Corman and is proud to co-sponsor and provide printing services for the Madonna NYC83 exhibit. Duggal associates Marina Stark and Giselle Behrens coordinated fine art giclee and 3D printing for the entire exhibition, as well as custom vinyl window graphics.

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