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Danny Lyon, a self-taught photographer and film-maker from Brooklyn, is considered one of the most influential and original documentary photographers of the 20th century.
Over the next seven months, the Foto Colectania Foundation will exhibit three of his most iconic series: ‘Conversations with the Dead’ (1971) where he documents life inside six Texan prisons at the tail end of the Sixties; ‘The Bikeriders’ (1967) showing the lives of the American Midwest outlaw bikers; and ‘Uptown’ (1965), which shows immigrant life in northern Chicago. With works from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection, this exhibition will be presented in two consecutive shows at Foto Colectania: ‘Conversations with the Dead’ from October 18th to January 18th, 2014 and then ‘The Bikeriders’ and ‘Uptown’ from January 23rd to April 17th, 2014.
Monday to Saturday from 11am to 2pm and 4pm to 8pm
Admission: €3 (Reduced: €2, 1st Saturday of the month: free admission.)