On his assignment he went through crates and crates of the pop icons artifacts and shot and shot. When he returned to New York he new there was a lot he had missed and a few months later was granted access again to shoot some more. Upon his second return he felt he had enough material to tell the story he wanted to tell, “Neverland Lost: A Portrait of Michael Jackson“.
“Michael Jackson sacrificed his childhood to the calling of his musical gift. Neverland was the pyramid he constructed to a lost childhood. The artifacts captured in this book return us to the Neverland he lost.” – Henry Leutwyler
Currently on Exhibit at
February 24, 2011 - April 2, 2011
548 W 28th Street, 2nd floor between 10th and 11th Avenue.
What started as a magazine assignment to photograph Michael Jackson’s iconic white glove evolved into an investigation documenting a life cut short. Portrait photographer Henry Leutwyler has always had the urge to investigate people through their belongings, and whose life could be more interesting to explore than the King of Pop himself.
May 22 13 @ 5:37 PMof Montreal at Music Hall of Williamsburg
May 23 13 @ 5:27 PMØDD Spring Sale
May 24 13 @ 5:40 PMYacht at Shea Stadium
May 25 13 @ 5:50 PMJames Murphy and Special Guests at Grand Prospect Hall
May 26 13 @ 5:54 PMOneohtrix Point Never at Saint Vitus
May 27 13 @ 6:01 PMA conversation With James Murphy
May 28 13 @ 5:46 PMNaoaki Funayama: X-don at Ouchi Gallery
May 29 13 @ 6:06 PMMarina & The Diamonds and Charli XCX
May 30 13 @ 6:10 PMLee "Scratch" Perry at Le Poisson Rouge
May 31 13 @ 6:15 PMAzari & III at Highline Ballroom