LEGENDS GALLERY OF FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
Palette Of Pop Culture
Until February 20, 2013
Featuring over 75 rare, limited edition and signed photographs of the
20th Century’s most famous icons in music, film, fashion & history –
Andy Warhol, Brigitte Bardot, Bobby Kennedy, Christian Dior, Faye Dunaway, The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Gene Simmons, Jackie Kennedy, Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Leonard Cohen, Miles Davis, Mick Jagger, Natalie Wood, Neil Young, Paul Newman, Ray Charles, Steve McQueen, Winston Churchill and Sean Connery/James Bond (Diamonds Are Forever)
HOURS: Tuesdays to Sundays: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Mondays – closed
LOCATION: 87 Yorkville Avenue – Lower Level
WORKS BY: Terry O’Neill, Bill Ray, Mark Shaw, Paul Saltzman, Gered Mankowitz and others!
PUBLIC INFORMATION: 416.922.1211, firstname.lastname@example.org
A selection of hi-res images and photos of the Gallery may be
downloaded at http://www.legendsgallery.ca/pr-images.
Legends Gallery of Fine Art Photography: An eclectic and everchanging
collection of fine art photographs that provide an emotional
connection to the most captivating and influential personalities of the
past 60 years.
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