Bill Bernstein’s Last Dance
Where: The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S.
212-475-3424 Price: Free, donation suggested
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The National Arts Club presents Bill Bernstein’s Last Dance.
While working as a freelance photographer in 1977, Bill Bernstein was sent to Studio 54 to shoot a black-tie dinner for President Carter’s mother, Lillian. The buzz about what usually happened inside the club compelled Bernstein to stick around after his assignment; the rest is disco history.
Revisit these glittering, glory days; from the legendary 54 to Le Clique within the pages of Bernstein’s most recent book Last Dance. Never before seen images celebrate an inflection point in New York City’s history fueled by a mix of social movements and cultures.
This conversation explores how club culture today continues to be inspired by dance floors of the past. Book signing to follow.
This is an in-person event. Proof of vaccine will be required. Masks are also required.Buy tickets/get more info now