Custom Motorcycle Builders and Artists Prove Beauty Isn’t Just Skin Deep in Skin & Bones Exhibition Curated by Michael Lichter
Experience the creativity, spirit and personal expression of motorcycle history and culture by visiting the Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Motorcycles as Art Exhibition curated annually by Michael Lichter.
Who: You and your friends!
What: Skin & Bones – Tattoo Inspired Motorcycles and Art Exhibit
Where: Russ Brown Events Center near the East Gate of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip®
When: Sunday, Aug. 7 – Friday, Aug. 12, 2 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Why: Experience the creativity, spirit and personal expression of motorcycle history and culture.
How: Get there however you can. Once you arrive, entrance to the exhibit is FREE!
Observe a harmonious marriage of inner power and outer beauty during the 2016 Motorcycles As Art Exhibition: Skin & Bones, curated by renowned motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter. Take a walk through this one-time collection of tattoo-inspired motorcycles and art on display at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Russ Brown Events Center, and the experience is sure to leave a permanent mark on your soul.
This internationally renowned exhibit allows you to explore dozens of unique custom bikes paired with corresponding 2-dimensional artwork. Get an up-close look at the work of some of the industry’s most influential master builders and artists during this free annual display at the Buffalo Chip’s Russ Brown Event Center.
Motorcycles as Art- It’s all about Talent
Motorcycles As Art curator Michael Lichter strives to include new talent and builders in the exhibition each year in order to keep the show relevant. In 2016 more than half of the builders exhibiting their work will be doing so for the first time. Details here…