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Current Exhibition Details:

Featuring 48 vintage silver gelatin prints from Helmut Newton's 1980's 'Private Property" exhibitions in London, Paris, and New York. Images courtesy of Norman Solomon who produced the exhibitions for Newton and authenticated in legal agreement with the Helmut Newton Estate.

 

Exhibition Contents (Updated Dec. 1):

48 - 16"x20" and 20"x24" vintage silver gelatin prints featuring images widely considered to be his best and most provocative works. (Several remaining)

10 - 16"x20" and 20"x24" hand signed vintage silver gelatin prints with Estate Copyright stamps.

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Featured Item

by Helmut Newton

"Crocodile Eating Ballerina, 1983"

"Crocodile Eating Ballerina" was a scene taken from Pina Bausch Ballet's performance, Die Keuschheitslegende (The Legend of Virginity), at Wuppertal theatre in 1983. It was also exhibited in "Year of Tibet Protfolio" at New York in 2006. Richard Gere and Bill Borden, on behalf of Gere Foundation, displayed 24 platinum-palladium printing. Several important photographers contributed to some of works displayed. Helmut Newton was one of them.

Lorenzo Agius

Award winning celebrity photographer Lorenzo Agius brings his stunning portfolio to exhibit at the W Hotel Hollywood this spring. His works have been featured in numerous galleries worldwide including the Getty Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and more.

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