He’s been referred to as the Ansel Adams of the motorcycle world and at the invitation of the Lone Star Rally organizers, photographer Michael Lichter will be exhibiting a collection of some of his best-loved as well as rarely seen motorcycle photography at 2215 Strand St., Galveston, Texas, near Saengerfest Park, the epicenter of the rally.
Nearly sixty-framed photographs from the “Eternal Combustion Exhibition” in Sturgis 2010 will be on display and available for sale.
These images capture legendary moments in motorcycling culture like no other photographer has crafted with their lens. If you love the motorcycle culture, this exhibit is a must see.
Lichter has photographed the motorcycle culture since the late 1970s and has had countless exhibits around the globe of his fine work since. He has authored ten “coffee-table” books featuring his lifestyle and studio work of motorcycles including two on Sturgis, large format books on choppers, and individual books on builders Arlen Ness, Billy Lane and Indian Larry.
Michael’s reputation as a motorcycling photographer has led this exquisite artist to be featured in international photography, motorcycling and general interest magazines as well as a number of television shows.
The Michael Lichter Gallery will be open Thursday through Sunday (Nov 4-7) from 11 am – 11 pm. Michael will personally meet and greet visitors in the gallery daily: 11:30 am-12:30 pm, 2:30-3:30 pm and 7:30-8:30 pm and will be available at those times to tell stories about the photos, answer questions and sign his books.
Emily Marshall will be assisting in the gallery. This photography display will go on to the two remaining Easyriders fall bike shows in Louisville, KY and Atlanta, Ga.
Of course, the man behind the lens in the motorcycle world will also be photographing the Lone Star Rally for major publications. For more information, contact Emily Marshall during the rally at 970-319- 7678 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael Lichter prior to and after the rally at email@example.com.Google+