Glitterbox is set to host a free exhibition displaying the work of New York City '70s club photographer Bill Bernstein this April.
Hosted at Glitterbox and Defected's head offices in Shoreditch, the exhibition, called 'Last Dance', will give an insight into the parties and hedonism of '70s clubbing at legendary New York clubs such as Paradise Garage, Studio 54 and Better Days.
Bernstein is noted for capturing the era's parties in his signature black and white photography style, and the images within the exhibition display the diversity of New York's dancefloors at the time, covering candid photos and portraits of revellers. The exhibition itself will include some never-seen-before photos.
In a statement about the exhibition, Bernstein said: "I am incredibly excited to exhibit my photographs at Defected's offices. There's an obvious connection between Glitterbox's philosophy and the creative, magical and inclusive spirit of '70s New York. A signed special edition of my Last Dance book will be available for visitors and is a true documentation of a scene that united so many."
The exhibition will run at Glitterbox and Defected HQ from 19th-29th April. Find more information here.
The photographs are also available to buy as a book here.
In 2020, a documentary about Paradise Garage and its legendary resident DJ Larry Levan was shared online.