Danny Lyon

Photo Film
by Daniel Lyon
Publisher's Description
Based on a retrospective exhibition held at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, this monograph contains an intelligent sampling of Lyon's lifework and is the best selection of his photographs to date. The broad range of pictures are from all of Lyon's major bodies of work: The Southern Civil Rights Movement, The Bikeriders, The Destruction of Lower Manhattan, The Texas Department of Corrections, Haiti, Family Work, and Film Imagery. These photographs have significantly influenced a generation of American photographers and have been instrumental in how we perceive civil rights, urban change, and third-world problems. Also included are insightful essays by Julian Bond, Jan-Christopher Horak, and Daniel Jesse Wolff, along with a brief conversation between Lyon and Wolff.
ISBN: 3894660171
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub Inc (Dap)
Hardcover Language: English
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