It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over: Lenny Kravitz at the Leica Galerie Munich

"It's not over until it's over" - we've known that at least since Lenny Kravitz's hit from 1991. You probably also know that the rock musician is now also celebrating great success as a photographer. And that his exhibition at the Leica Gallery in Munich is open for the last time today? You know that now at the latest.
Text Wiebke Brauer
Photo Lenny Kravitz

“No one knows better how to combine elegance with attitude,” someone once wrote of Lenny Kravitz. To simply call him a rock star would be falling short of the mark: he is also a successful actor, model, designer and photographer. Kravitz’s father was an avid photographer himself who documented the Vietnam War, among other things, and gave his son his Leicaflex when he was twenty-one. Finally, there’s another exhibition of Lenny Kravitz’s photographic works: Drifter|Flash can be seen at the Leica Galerie Munich until July 7, 2021. By the way, the pictures are also available for purchase.

The Leica Gallery Munich is open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00. The exhibition with photographs by Lenny Kravitz can be visited up to and including 7th of July 2021. Admission is free. For up-to-date information and registration please visit:


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