Immediate, Radical and Painful solutions: Congestive Pricing has come to NYC

New York City is doing exactly what we need; immediate, radical and painful solutions.

“Young people do not want to know about history. Young people want to make history”

I was asked to introduce Bernie in Chicago as he launched his bid to be the 2020 Democratic nominee for President of the United States. Stepping out in front of twelve thousand mostly young people, all screaming for a hopefull  future and a decent planet, does make you feel the Bern. Here it is.

Dinker is Dead

Dinker’s real name was Harold Davey Cassell. Craig Cohen, the publisher of Powerhouse Books that published “Like A Thief’s Dream”, forwarded me a voice mail last night with a note saying someone had left me a message. The recorded voice was a heavy mid Texas accent, an accent just like Dinker’s. It was Dinker’s cousin. … Continue reading

Take care of your SNCC Posters

Here’s a funny story. If you have them, frame them, and don’t try removing any tape on the back.–201805A27/

Welcome to El Paso

After Nancy drove us 300 miles south, I jumped out of the car at the El Paso Greyhound downtown station. There they were, migrants fleeing violence, having survived a 40 day trek across Mexico and a week in the ICE prisons: Here is the story in the New York Review of Books Daily.

“Kill the Koch Brothers,” a grade school play

“Kill the Koch Brothers”, a Grade School Play (In honor of COP24, and Katowice, Poland 2018, Bleak Beauty is re-posting its 2014 satire) I was seated in the front row of the theater at the Lab School of the University of Chicago anxiously awaiting the start of the Thanksgiving play when I was horrified to … Continue reading

“Welcome to Paradise”, an unpublished essay by Danny Lyon

Let the students start the rebellion and everyone will join. And if the students don’t start it, and we don’t rebel immediately, it won’t be Welcome to Paradise, it will be Which Way to Hell.

Major review of Wanderer, by Loring Knoblauch and stream Wanderer free on Vimeo! Wanderer, Lyon’s new film: 48 mins, is free on Vimeo

Lucy McKeon at NYRBS interviews Lyon

“Not in The Lives of Our Grandchildren”

The latest blast at Climate Criminals from Lyon in the NYRBS Daily

A guide for self respect during the crisis of planet Earth

From the powerful mind and politics of Josephine Ferorelli who partnered with us to create Burn Zone we now have Print it for your father next time he takes you out in a power boat that gets three miles to the gallon. Josephine is the primary mover behind Conceivable Future a grim and … Continue reading

Return to the site of the Las Conchas fire

Return to the site of the Las Conchas fire Yesterday Nancy drove our old Ford Ranger up into the Jemez, to revisit the burnt up trees I had photographed one year after the 2011 Las Conchas fire destroyed 244 square miles in the Jemez mountains, a part of the Santa Fe National Forest. The trees … Continue reading

Smile – the world is ending

Lyon in the NYRBS Daily

Review of the DLM at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Danny Lyon: The Destruction of Lower Manhattan, The Cleveland Museum of Art FRONT INTERNATIONAL: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. SUMMER 2018 Walking around New York, sometimes one feels as if they are being chased by some spectral Pac Man voraciously devouring whole neighborhoods behind you. It’s not such a new phenomenon. The destruction of Penn … Continue reading

New Film/New Show

Wanderer – a new 48 min DV from New Mexico, the sequel to “Willie”, opening at Gavin Brown’s Sept 12 in NYC, and at Etherton Gallery, in Tucson Nov 15 and 16. With prints, texts and two more films on the border.

Hugh Edwards talks with Lyon In earlier posts this blog has made available the letters and early color pictures of Hugh Edwards. We wanted to correct history and give this remarkable person his due credit in shaping the world of photography. Now, here is the man himself. Recorded forty five years ago, this is the only known recording of … Continue reading

Lyon on Portland Radio

Portland KBOO FM interview with Amanda Clem on Lyon’s Willie, Murderers and the nature of realism in his films and work.

Lyon in Portland, Oregon

A transcript of a phone conversation with Street Roots: