Wild Stories of Partying with Warhol and Bowie in the 70s – VICE

Painter Duncan Hannah relives New York’s most debauched decade and shares exclusive behind-the-scenes photos with VICE.

When Duncan Hannah arrived in New York in 1971, he could have walked out of the pages of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. With big eyes and high cheekbones, Hannah’s androgynous beauty attracted the attention of the city’s prominent women and gay men, who didn’t let his resolute heterosexuality get in the way of their relentless pursuit.

Source: Wild Stories of Partying with Warhol and Bowie in the 70s – VICE