Arts and Culture

Lisa Law flashes on the Sixties tonight at the Byers-Evans House Gallery

Photographer Lisa Law didn't just take pictures of the young Bob Dylan. She was also his cook and masseuse, and she hung out with him in L.A. when he roomed in the "Castle" where she then also lived. Her personal involvement with the artists she shot is the real legacy of her life's work; Denver will have the opportunity to peek into Lisa's world, a place peopled with icons of the Sixties and beyond, when the small yet intensive exhibit Lisa Law: Flashing on the Sixties opens tonight at the Byers-Evans House Gallery.
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