Featuring the work of some 25 photographers, this exhibit offers an intimate view into the lives of the 20th Century’s most famous and influential personages. Curator Milton Ellenbogen has assembled rare candid photographs and exquisite studio portraits of such prominent figures as Marilyn Monroe, Louis Armstrong, Frank Lloyd Wright and Spike Lee. ArtsWestchester’s second floor Shenkman Gallery will highlight Allen Tannenbaum’s intimate portraits of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Tannenbaum photographed the couple in the fall of 1980, for the SoHo Weekly News. Ten days later, Lennon was shot outside his New York apartment. As the last photos of the couple together, Tannenbaum’s prints are treasured images of a timeless icon.
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