Studio 54, back to life in Brooklyn
The exhibition Studio 54: Night Magic, will address the cultural impact that had the famous New York nightclub.
Studio 54 brings back its magic nights. The New York nightclub will be remembered at the exhibition Studio 54: Night Magic, at the Brooklyn Museum. The showing will include apparel, books, make up and photographs of relevant figures in the club history.
The exhibition will focus on visual aspects like photography, fashion design, stage design, lighting and beauty, including samples of the fashion shows inspired in Studio 54 by Kenzo, Claude Montana, Gloria Vanderbilt and Charles Jourdan, among others.
The exhibition expects to have 275,000 attendees. Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager were the founders of a nightclub that gathered figures of music, design, fashion and cinema, among others.
Calvin Klein, Brooke Shields, Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor or Bianca Jagger, who celebrated her birthday at Studio 54, were some of its famous guests.
The club operated at 254 West 54th Street from 1977 to 1986. It was founded by Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager and became a go-to destination in the city. The site was closed in 1986 and it is currently a venue for productions of the Roundabout Theatre Company.