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New Harley Davidson Photography Exhibit Celebrates The Art of the Part

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Most people go to the Harley Museum to see the bikes. And there are a lot of them from the more than 100 years of the company’s existence. But a new photography exhibit focuses the viewer’s eye on the parts and tools that make the bikes a reality – and treats them as art objects in and of themselves.

The photographs in the (P)ART: Photographs Revealing The Art of Mechanical Form exhibit range from the 1910s through the 1960s and was co-curated by the museum’s David Kreidler. Lake Effect's Bonnie North met Kreidler at the gallery to get a preview of the exhibition:

The (P)ART exhibit opened at the Harley Davidson Museum last week and will be on display through mid-May.

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Audrey is a producer, host and reporter for Lake Effect. She is involved with every aspect of the show — from conducting interviews, editing audio, posting web stories and mixing the show together.
Bonnie North
Bonnie joined WUWM in March 2006 as the Arts Producer of the locally produced weekday magazine program Lake Effect.