About Lisa Law
Lisa Law has spent five decades capturing the shifting tides of American culture on film. Her reputation is built on photographs unique for their startling sense of intimacy and spontaneity-- some of which may be seen in her book, Flashing on the Sixties. Her award-winning documentary, "Flashing on the Sixties: a Tribal Document," has aired on Cinemax, The Discovery Channel and PBS, and is available on home video. Dennis Hopper described it as, "The most compelling, moving documentary on the Sixties." Lumen Press of Santa Fe has published a collection of interviews from her documentary entitled Interviews with Icons. - flashing on the Sixties. The Smithsonian Museum of American History exhibited a show of her work in 1999 and now holds a 208-piece collection in its archives as well as a virtual exhibit; http://americanhistory.si.edu/lisalaw/. The Bethel Woods Museum of Woodstock presented a show of 58 photographs donated by Lisa which she took at the original Woodstock concert in 1969, that is now part of their permanent collection.