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Julian Lennon shows his photographs in Miami
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MIAMI (AP) - Julian Lennon, son of late Beatles legend John Lennon, is showing off what he can do with a camera.
About 30 of Lennon’s portrait and landscape photographs will be on display at Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts from Dec. 1-5.
The exhibit, called “Timeless”, runs during Art Basel Miami Beach. Prints of the photos will sell for about $3,500 each with a portion going to his White Feather Foundation.
Some of his photos can also be purchased at the SCOPE Miami Art Show, a satellite fair from Nov. 30 to Dec. 5.
White Feather Foundation: http://www.whitefeatherfoundation.com/site/index.html
SCOPE Miami Art Show: http://www.scope-art.com/index.php/miami
Adrienne Arsht Centre for the Performing Arts: http://www.arshtcenter.org/
(This version corrects spelling of Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.)
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