A new exhibit named “Living Lost” featuring the photographic work of Josh Kurpius will debut at the Harley-Davidson Museum on January 17th.
“Josh’s photos embody the freedom and independence that is the very essence of Harley-Davidson,” says Bill Davidson, vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum. “His photographs give visitors a look into a world of exploration and camaraderie that only the open road can provide.”
The “Living Lost” exhibit includes 30 photographs taken during a series of road trips Kurpius took with friends, all riding vintage Harleys. Kurpius’s own motorcycle, a 1977 Sportster Ironhead named “The Locust” will be displayed during most of the exhibit.
Josh’s photos not only expose the beauty of America, but the beauty that can be captured in off-moments, those that he regularly finds himself wrapped up in. Often, the moment reveals itself in the most serendipitous way. While riding across the country, Kurpius and his friends find themselves stopping in places one might barely notice if they were in a car
Living Lost runs from January 17, 2014 through May 18, 2014. Reserve your tickets for the Living Lost Photography Exhibit After Party on Febryary 1st (doors open at 8 p.m., concert at 9.30 p.m.) with Josh Kurpius and special musical guest, Mount Salem. $10 special entry in the Harley-Davidson Museum includes the Living Lost Photographs by Josh Kurpius exhibit and concert with Mount Salem.