The Bonni Benrubi Gallery will exhibit the photographers who have brought it so much success in recent years. We see beaches by Karine Laval and Massimo Vitali, the street scenes of Matthew Pillsbury. Linda McCartney’s photographs bring back to life some of history’s greatest rockers: John Lennon, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix. The Benrubi booth is worth visiting for its diversity: from color to black-and-white, from still lifes to portraits, from landscapes to nudes lying out on the sand.
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