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DoneSun, Jun 5, 2005 9:30 PM GMT

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.

This unique auction consists of iconographic and collectible photographs taken by well-known artists including:

Rock Iconography
Ethan Russell’s “John Lennon Listening to the White Album”
Joel Bernstein’s "Neil and Susan Young, Electric Factory, Philadelphia Feb. 28, 1970"
Edmund Teske’s "Jim Morrison, Hollywood Hills, 1969 composite Cripple Creek, Co. 1982"
Neal Preston’s “Led Zeppelin” Guy Webster’s “Mick”
David Hurn’s “The Beatles at Abbey Road”
Kevin Mazur’s “Keith Richards”

Ruth Bernhard’s “Creation”
Douglas Kirkland’s “Audrey Hepburn, Paris, 1965”
David Bailey’s “Ciccolina Goes to Heaven”
David LaChapelle’s “My House”
Jean-Baptiste Mondino’s "The Origin of the World" aka "Bad Hair Day" 2000
Steven Klein’s “Brad Pitt 10”

And more.

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.

Because the Violence Policy Center is a 501 [C][3], any amount paid over the original retail value will be tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.