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Julian Lennon launches photo exhibit in Miami

Published on Dec 5, 2012 9:31 PM
 
Singer-songwriter and musician Julian Lennon exhibits his fine art photography and promotes Arts For A Better World (AFABW) to Launch Social Responsibility Effort: ‘Sponsor a School Art Program’ in Miami Beach, Florida on Dec 4, 2012 for its third edition during Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 with Overture, its newly designed and enhanced international platform for contemporary art. -- PHOTO: AFP

MIAMI (AFP) - Julian Lennon - the oldest son of the voice of the Beatles - will exhibit a new collection of his melancholy photographs, called Alone, at a prestigious art show to raise money for his charity.

In his second visit to Miami to promote his photography, Lennon is selling about a dozen prints with prices ranging from US$3,500 to US$5,500 (S$4,263 to S$6,700), modest by the standards of the popular international Art Basel Miami Beach show.

"I've been a philanthropist for all my life, and... I've had many involvements in humanitarian and environmental issues," Lennon, 49, told AFP, referring to his WhiteFeather Foundation.

"Whatever work I do, I've always put at least ten per cent aside (for) my foundation," he said ahead of the show, which runs from Dec 6-9.

 
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