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Club 57 closed in early 1983 and Steve Mass wound down the Mudd Club soon after, but Danceteria and Pyramid maintained their frenzied schedules. Patti Astor and Bill Stelling opened the new year at the Fun Gallery with a Futura 2000 show, selling every piece but one before opening night. The next show featured Keith Haring, whose career continued on its upward trajectory and included a collaborative project with the U.S. choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones. Basquiat, meanwhile, released “Beat Bop,” a ten-minute experimental rap track, yet flickered in and out of the party scene until the autumn, when...

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