DoneSun, Jun 05, 2005 5:30 PM EDT
Beverly Hills, CA, USA
VPC Benefit Auction of Rare Photographs
An exclusive rare photography auction will take place simultaneously at the Berman / Turner Projects in Santa Monica and on www.ebayliveauctions.com at 3:30pm (PST) on Sunday June 5th to benefit the Violence Policy Center. <br><br>This unique auction consists of iconographic and collectible photographs taken by well-known artists including: <br><br><b>Rock Iconography</b> <br>Ethan Russell’s “John Lennon Listening to the White Album” <br>Joel Bernstein’s "Neil and Susan Young, Electric Factory, Philadelphia Feb. 28, 1970" <br>Edmund Teske’s "Jim Morrison, Hollywood Hills, 1969 composite Cripple Creek, Co. 1982" <br>Neal Preston’s “Led Zeppelin” Guy Webster’s “Mick” <br>David Hurn’s “The Beatles at Abbey Road” <br>Kevin Mazur’s “Keith Richards” <br><br><b>Collectible</b> <br>Ruth Bernhard’s “Creation” <br>Douglas Kirkland’s “Audrey Hepburn, Paris, 1965” <br>David Bailey’s “Ciccolina Goes to Heaven” <br>David LaChapelle’s “My House” <br>Jean-Baptiste Mondino’s "The Origin of the World" aka "Bad Hair Day" 2000 <br>Steven Klein’s “Brad Pitt 10” <br><br>And more. <br><br>Based in Washington, DC, the VPC is a national non-profit educational organization that examines the role of firearms in America, analyzes trends and patterns in firearms violence, and works to develop policies to reduce gun-related death and injury. <br><br>Because the Violence Policy Center is a 501 [C], any amount paid over the original retail value will be tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.
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