Greek Theater, Los Angeles, November 2, 2002
About the artwork
Photographer Colin Lane gives us a glimpse of a dressing room where New York rockers The Strokes would chill out before taking the stage in a concert. The classic bright lights shine around the mirrors behind the band, who casually sip water or smoke a cigarette, just as casual as you please despite the presence of Lane’s camera.
About Colin Lane
Five years as the Strokes’ unofficial photographer
“It’s important to stay spontaneous”
Native New Yorker and photographer Colin Lane has worked with clients including numerous record labels (Sony, DefJam, Mercury, Atlantic, and others), wide-ranging publications (Travel & Leisure, The Fader, Glamour, and Billboard), and clothing makers (Levi’s, Dockers, and Clarks)....
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