Henry Leutwyler’s Sacred Artifacts of Pop

Posted March 22nd by in Culture


Elvis Presley’s Gold Beretta

Henry Leutwyler’s Artifacts series instantly turns this photographer into a brilliant archeologist of pop culture; carefully, methodically recording the contents for posterity.   There’s Elvis’ gold Beretta, Bob Dylans’s harmonica, the pistol that took John Lennon’s life and most famously Michael Jackson’s glove. Neverland Lost, a portrait of Michael Jackson, an exhibit at Foley Gallery in New York explores a series of photographs Leutwyler captured at Jackson’s Neverland Ranch a year before the singer died.


Elvis Presley’s Wallet


Bob Dylan’s Harmonica


Andy Warhols’s Paintbrush


The gun that killed John Lennon

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