All posts tagged: Danny Lyon

Photo London: Another Kind of Life explained by Barbican curator Alona Pardo

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“They’re all driven by motivations that are both personal and political to a degree, and they are all self-initiated projects,” says curator Alona Pardo of the photographers in the show Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins. “Some may have started as commissions, but very early on took on a life of their own. It was interesting to think about the role of the photographer, because often the photographer hides behind the camera as a facade. There is also an interesting subtext of the photographer occupying the position of an outsider within mainstream society. They are there, assertively documenting the world.”

2018-05-16T12:16:00+00:00

Major Danny Lyon retrospective comes to London

Danny Lyon once said: “The use of the camera has always been for me a tool of investigation, a reason to travel, to not mind my own business, and often to get into trouble.” A wide-ranging retrospective of the renowned American documentary photographer is about go on show at Beetles + Huxley, London.

2016-10-06T15:08:19+00:00

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