EXHIBIT: “Havana” A Photographic Journey

July 27, 2018

In celebration of the Harlem/Havana Music and Cultural Festival, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem will present the photo exhibition “Havana: A Photographic Journey” featuring work by Duane A. Lyken.

The exhibition will be available for viewing Thurs-Monday, 11-5pm throughout August.

Limited edition signed prints will be available for sale.

An artist talkback will take place on Thursday, August 30th at 7pm. RSVP Here.


Lyken is a proud Guyanese-American photographer based in the New York and New Jersey area.

Primarily a fine art and travel photographer, Duane’s images have been featured in Essence, Forbes, and Instyle magazines working in High Fashion and with major commercial sponsors. Throughout the year Duane donates his time as a photojournalist to many non-profit organizations around the world, covering their efforts to bring awareness to a variety of social causes. He uses photography as a means to make a difference with each and every person he encounters.  This gives his a passion a purpose that can be felt in his work.

An artist talkback will take place on


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