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Beyond Beefcake—The Unseen Photos of Bob Mizer

Bob Mizer photo "Witch Boy"


Come see trailblazing photographer and film maker Bob Mizer like you've never seen him before as the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development presents "Devotion," an exhibition and live-archiving event at the 80 Washington Square East Gallery from November 23 through February 15. The majority of the 45 black and white and color photographs that span Mizer's career are on view for the first time—and students from the Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions will unearth over 500,000 of the Bob Mizer Foundation’s never-before-seen negatives.

Read more about the exhibit here and check out the images below for a sneak peek.

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