On Nov. 30, internationally acclaimed musician, artist and cultural icon Julian Lennon debuted his first ever photography exhibition in Miami. The exhibit, which he calls “Timeless,” is a compilation of Lennon’s breathtaking and inspiring collection of classic and contemporary photographs. Included in “Timeless” are more than 30 pieces of Lennon’s personally edited collection of photographs, each original and hand-signed. Lennon’s magical cloudscapes and landscapes make up the majority of images, but you can also view some of his portrait works, such as the photos that feature the band U2.
“Timeless” has been curated by celebrity photographer Timothy White, whom Lennon says was, “the one who suggested I do an exhibition…After the outstanding response from my first ever exhibition in New York earlier this year, I decided to continue sharing my work with further exhibitions, throughout the U.S and hopefully throughout Europe and beyond.”
The exhibit is open to the public from noon to 10 p.m. through Dec. 5 at The Next Generation Green Room at the Adrienne Arsht Center. For more information about Lennon’s work, visit www.tableaufineartphoto.com.