Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.
Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.
Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.
Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.
Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.
Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.

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Three 'Authenticolor' 35mm. slides of Mick Jagger taken by Marcia Resnick in her studio in New York City, 1980, each one with her name and address written out by her in blue ink.

Each transparency held in a 2 inch square rectangular card. Near Fine.


Resnick was a central part of the New York scene in the '70s and early '80s, regularly hanging out at CBGB's, Max's and the Mudd Club, and taking pictures backstage or in the dressing rooms. Her subjects included John Lydon, Arto Lindsay, Iggy, Johnny Thunders, David Byrne and Debbie Harry, along with Joseph Beuys, Laurie Anderson, Kathy Acker, William Burroughs, Andy Warhol and many others. Sometimes she would invite them to her studio for photo sessions, on other occasions she would be commissioned by a magazine.


Years later she recalled this session with Mick Jagger: "So I felt intimidated at first but became more comfortable in time. He was wearing really boring clothing so Mary Lou Green, my stylist, gave him an outfit made of paper. We did some photos of him wearing that, but they didn’t work. We had nothing else good for him to wear so I wound up taking primarily bare-chested photos. His naked torso was featured on the cover of High Times in June 1980."


NB Issue of High Times not included.

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