A Life Underground
The original creative Photography Archive of Underground Artist Efrain John Gonzalez
MsC is proud to bring an amazing vintage kinky photo exhibit from Efrain John Gonzalez. Through this exhibit, you can visit the lost history of the New York City underground club scene, tours and lectures in the Meat Packing District.
The exhibit will be displayed at the Carter Johnson Leather Library (room 1105)
Efrain John Gonzalez is a photographic artist whose talents with camera and darkroom, has allowed him to document the unusual, the erotic, the unique, the wild and slightly crazy, from the world of body modifications to the underground universe of radical S&M, from sensual beauty of the flesh, to raw sexual desires. An internationally published photographer who for the past 35 years has been traveling down dark and mysterious paths, trying to capture on film, real life images that illustrates a story of people finding the path to their souls, gathering together to celebrate their uncommon lives. His patience has created a rare historical archive of original work, candid photographs of underground clubs, transgender people, tattoo and body modification events, cities at night, and leather cultures.
Along with his more recent photography with digital cameras, he is always creating new galleries from his incredible film archive of over 40 years of B&W and Kodacrome photography, and each month he will try to introduce a new photo showcase of his older work.
Visit Efrain Gonzalez Website