About the Book
About the book:
Wigstock was a free outdoor festival that ran from 1985 - 2005 in NYC at various locations. Made up of drag queens, hippies, punks, rock stars and a smattering of various alternative communities. A free all day event of performance and kooky antics. Founded by the legendary drag queen The lady Bunny ( along with Hattie Hathaway) it finally ended its twenty year run in 2005. It also became a documentary style film called " Wigstock the movie" directed by Barry Shils which can be found at your local rental shop. Wigstock is gone but will never be forgotten. Long live the queen.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Portrait, 8×10 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Nov 05, 2008
- Language English
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Bobby Miller is a performance poet, actor and photographer. He is the author of three books of poetry; "Benestrific Blonde", "Mouth Of Jane" and "Rigmarole" and " Troubleblonde" Poems/short stories/monologues and letters. He has been published in "Aloud: Voices From The Nuyorican Poets Cafe" ," Verses That Hurt; Pleasure And Pain From The Poemfone Poets" St.Martin’s Press , and “ The Outlaw Bible Of American Poetry” His photography books include "Fabulous! A Photographic Diary Of Studio 54" REDUX, , " A Downtown State of Mind", " Wigstock in black & white" , " PORTRAITS 1973 - 2009 " in three Volumes, " Queer Nation" with figures by he and Basil Twist, " Jackie 60 Nights" , " Forget Them Not: A Celebration Of Those Who've Gone Before" and "Divas, Dudes & Dandie. His first contemporary photographic influences were Christopher Makos, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jimmy De Sana and George Hurrell. He studied photography with Lisette Model in 1976 in NYC at The New School of Social Research..