Allan Tannenbaum began his professional photography career after accepting a position at the SoHo Weekly News 1973, but had been an amateur photographer whilst studying since the late 1960s. Largely based in New York, he photographed the burgeoning punk scene developing in Manhattan in the 1970s, capturing the Ramones, Patti Smith and many more soon to be legendary musicians. He has also worked as a photojournalist across the world, and has published several books of his photography including New York in the 70s and John and Yoko: A New York Love Story.
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