On January 17, The Harley-Davidson Museum will open the Living Lost Photographs exhibit by Josh Kurpius to the public. Featuring more than 30 original works, Living Lost will present photographs taken during a series of road trips Josh took across the country with a group of riders on his chopped 1977 Ironhead nicknamed The Locust. The images delve into the uninhibited lifestyle of nomadic bikers exploring the US by illustrating the raw beauty of America and unexplored roads.
In addition to showcasing his artwork, Kurpius’ ’77 Ironhead will also be displayed in the Museum lobby during a portion of the exhibit. Visitors who come on January 17 from 5 to 9 pm will receive free admission. Living Lost runs through May 18 on the bridge between the Museum and Archives buildings.
For more information, visit H-DMuseum.com.