The New Social Order

Reserve your place in The New Social Order. You’ll cut the line and gain access to luxury accommodations, superb and unstuffy service, as well as coveted nightlife and restaurant exclusives.

I consider myself a...

(Check all that apply)

or

The Mare Behind “Horses”

Judy Linn captures Patti Smith in portraits of the artist as a young woman

Before Patti Smith really became a “rock star” – not that she ever followed the well-worn route of some contemporaries – she was a struggling poet, albeit obviously destined for greatness. In 1969 young photographer Judy Linn took her first portrait of the artist in what would grow to be a collaboration of several years’ standing. One hundred of Linn’s grainy, gritty, black and whites are featured in her new book “Patti Smith 1969 – 1976,” from Abrams. With appearances by Smith’s friends and lovers, including Robert Mapplethorpe and Sam Shepard, it’s a fitting tribute to a quirky icon and a vignette of a vanished, more visceral New York.

Avaliable for purchase on Amazon.

Archives