Foley gallery in New York current exhibition, Neverland Lost, featuring the personal belongings of the late Michael Jackson shot with a black background by photographer Henry Leutwyler. He is a portrait photographer and has always been interested in investigating the stories by the artifacts that make up peoples lives. In 2009, Neverland Ranch was packed and created in preparation for a public auction of Michael Jacksons possessions. Leutwyler was sent to California to photograph the iconic studded white glove and spent three days sifting through more than thousand items. In the end he took a second trip back to the warehouse in April 2009 to complete the entire story. Be sure to go and see this exhibition if you are in New York City, it closes April 2nd 2011, or you can buy the book “Neverland Lost: A Portrait of Micheal Jackson” by Henry Leutwyler at Amazon.

Source: FOLEY gallery,, Henry Leutwyler


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