Clayton’s Corner: Koch to Alife and Great Frog

Posted on: February 11th, 2013 at 11:10 am by

CLAYTON-KOCH

The late mayor Ed Koch with Clayton Patterson in 2008 for rooftop screening of CapturedBilly Leroy at the Gagosian Gallery for the new Basquiat exhibit…Dice and crew from Alife on Rivington were also at the Basquiat show…Purple Magazine creator Olivier Zahm alongside his assistant Caroline Gaimari, past editor of Vogue Paris and now CR Fashion Book NYC…Bryan Helm photo show at The Great Frog on Orchard with owner Christopher Thompson…Paul Cox, who worked with Indian Larry…Billy Leroy with Jim Muscarella, who is producing a documentary on Joe Coleman the artist…

For more of Clayton’s work, head to his website.

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