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We are happy to present Henry Leutwyler’s first solo exhibition in Japan. Document, an exhibit chronicling a twelve-years project.
Henry Leutwyler was born in Switzerland in 1961. He lived and worked in Paris for a decade before finding his way to New York City in 1995, where he established his reputation as portrait and still life photographer.
Steidl published Leutwyler’s first book Neverland Lost: A Portrait of Michael Jackson, in 2010. The first edition of Ballet was published in 2012, the second edition in 2015. The images from Ballet and Neverland Lost have been exhibited in solo shows in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Moscow, Madrid and Zurich. His work has graced the pages of numerous magazines around the world and has earned him countless honors and awards.
A glove worn by Michael Jackson, James Dean’s door at the Iroquois Hotel symbolize the only stability in the nomadic existence of a young actor whose career was skyrocketing, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s hip Issey Miyake sunglasses, James Gandolfini’s Cadillac – his favorite possession, Astronaut and Apollo 14 crew member Alan Shepard’s golf club used to play golf on the moon, to name a few.
Leutwyler says “The people I was really interested in died before I could photograph them, so I thought, Let me make a list of my heroes and some villains and research what they owned.” (ARTE FUSE, 2016)
We will exhibit a selection of 45 photographs from Document which features the issues of American History over 100 years.