Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel
Paradiso stills

Photographs: Max Natkiel

Text: Diana Ozon

Publisher: Fragment

Year: 1986

Comments: Softcover. First edition, 1986. Black & white photographs. Text in Dutch, English and French. Really kept in very good condition, very tiny traces of fading. Collectible copy

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One of the fanatic visitors of Paradiso was Max Natkiel (1943). While having fun, he became aware of the temporary nature of all this, which he had been partaking in with so much pleasure.

From 1980 onwards he decided to bring his camera along, when going to concerts and other occasions, as if to try and stop time. He was only just in time to capture the end of the first punk-wave and the transition into the eighties, with its diversity of skins, rude boys, rasta's, rockers, mollucans, teds, mods, autonomists, heavy metal hardrockers and once more the punks in their international sub-cultural meeting-centre. 


Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

Max Natkiel,Paradiso stills

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