The Bikeriders offre une immersion dans le monde authentique et rude des motards américains des années 1960. Grandes virées, puissantes cylindrées, personnages durs mais hauts en couleurs: les photographies de Danny Lyon dressent le portrait de bikers saisis au fil des routes, sur les circuits, dans leur intimité, et révèlent plus particulièrement l'univers des Chicago Outlaws, club de motards rebelles dont il fut membre. Campés sur leurs motos, filant en course folle, trafiquant leurs bécanes ou avec leurs compagnes, ces figures de bikers témoignent d'un mode de vie. A travers leurs histoires personnelles, récits et conversations divers enregistrés par Danny Lyon à l'époque, la parole des outlaws est restituée. Cal, Zipco, Cockroach, Cowboy, Kathy et les autres parlent de leurs machines, de leurs accidents, de leurs embrouilles, d'une réalité parfois crue, prise sur le vif.
Danny Lyon: Photographs 1962 to 1972, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, November 19– December 22, 2009 The Bikeriders: Danny Lyon, Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida, February 27–May 7, 2010 On the Road: A Legacy of ...
Author: Julian Cox
Publisher: Yale University Press
The first comprehensive overview of an influential American photographer and filmmaker whose work is known for its intimacy and social engagement Coming of age in the 1960s, the photographer Danny Lyon (b. 1942) distinguished himself with work that emphasized intimate social engagement. In 1962 Lyon traveled to the segregated South to photograph the civil rights movement. Subsequent projects on biker culture, the demolition and redevelopment of lower Manhattan, and the Texas prison system, and more recently on the Occupy movement and the vanishing culture in China's booming Shanxi Province, share Lyon's signature immersive approach and his commitment to social and political issues that concern those on the margins of society. Lyon's photography is paralleled by his work as a filmmaker and a writer. Danny Lyon: Message to the Future is the first in-depth examination of this leading figure in American photography and film, and the first publication to present his influential bodies of work in all media in their full context. Lead essayists Julian Cox and Elisabeth Sussman provide an account of Lyon's five-decade career. Alexander Nemerov writes about Lyon's work in Knoxville, Tennessee; Ed Halter assesses the artist's films; Danica Willard Sachs evaluates his photomontages; and Julian Cox interviews Alan Rinzler about his role in publishing Lyon's earliest works. With extensive back matter and illustrations, this publication will be the most comprehensive account of this influential artist's work.
Danny Lyon Ute Eskildsen. i ! TEXAS 122034 Uz THE BIKERIDERS 1963-1966 ' The Bikeriders '. One could well have expected a similar reaction to the photographer's sentence in the introduction to his prison book “ ... when the summer came ...
Along the way, he captured the most intriguing moments of his generation. Compiled by Hopper himself and including incisive essays and interview excerpts, this volume distills the photographic.
Author: Dennis Hopper
Category: Performing Arts
During the 1960s, Dennis Hopper carried a camera everywhere--on film sets, at parties, in diners, bars and galleries, and through political marches. Along the way, he captured the most intriguing moments of his generation. Compiled by Hopper himself and including incisive essays and interview excerpts, this volume distills the photographic...
That's n entirely apt description of Danny Lyon's book, The Bikeriders, u a seminal work of photojournalism originally published in 1968, and lucky for us now available in reprinted form. When it first hit shelves 36 years ago, ...
We must acknowledge the first use of the phrase “the Bike Riders” by Danny Lyon in his seminal 1968 book The Bikeriders, a brilliant photo-documentary of Chicago-area riders, including the Outlaws motorcycle club.
Author: Paul d'Orleans
Publisher: Motorbooks International
In The Riders, photographer and author Henry von Wartenberg (Art of BMW Motorcycles) documents motorcycle culture around the world with stunning images created in more than 30 countries over the past 20 years.
Danny Lyon , The Bikeriders , 2nd ed . ( 1967 ; rptr . , Santa Fe , N.M .: Twin Palms , 1997 ) , p . vii . 16. " Cyclist's Holiday : He and Friends Terrorize a Town , " Life , July 21 , 1947 , p . 31. Photography by Barney Petersen .
Lyon, Danny. The Bikeriders. Chronicle Books, 2003. Dixon, Martin, and Greg Tate. Brooklyn Kings: New York City's Black Bikers. PowerHouse Books, 2000. Mann, David. 50 Magnificent Works of Motorcycle Art from Easyriders.
Author: Bill Hayes
Publisher: Motorbooks International
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Discover all the major clubs -- Hells Angels, Outlaws, Pagans, Mongols, Vagos -- as well as lesser-known clubs from around the world, their histories, leadership biographies, photos, stories, and more.
... Andy Warhol's Index (Book) 1968 Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders 1969 Garry Winogrand: The Animals 1970 Bernhard und Hilla Becher: Anonyme Skulpturen Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street Lee Friedlander: Self Portrait Jacques-Henri Lartigue: ...