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JOHN LENNON and YOKO ONO

A DOUBLE FANTASY: NEW WORK BY ALLAN TANNENBAUM


2000 Allan Tannenbaum


2000 Allan Tannenbaum

These photos are still available in the Allan Tannenbaum portfolio (2009)

Exhibit at The Williams Gallery

8 Chambers Street, Princeton NJ
Mary Lou Bock, Curator

Saturday October 21st to December 22nd 2000.

Gallery Hours:
Mon. -  Sat- 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM


2000 Allan Tannenbaum


2000 Allan Tannenbaum

ALLAN TANNENBAUM , internationally recognized fine art and news photographer, has been published in Time, Newsweek, Life, People, Paris Match, Focus, and many other media and photography collections. In 1980 he photographed Lennon and Yoko Ono in a poignant series of studies. Now, 20 years later, a new series of digitally restored images has been created by Tannenbaum. Archivally printed on matte water color paper, this new series, as well as several of the earlier black and white portfolio series, will be on view at The Williams Gallery in Princeton, Bock Gallery in Plantation Florida and Williams Gallery West in Oakhurst, California.

In November of 1980 Allan Tannenbaum, a world class photographer then covering the entertainment beat for the SoHo Weekly News, heard that John Lennon and Yoko Ono were giving interviews. The Lennons, who had been in seclusion for five straight years, were about to re-emerge. With a new record album, "Double Fantasy" due out, the Lennons were embarking on a limited publicity campaign. Mr. Tannenbaum, a 1967 Rutgers University graduate, was among the journalists who got the nod to photograph them at the Dakota. The result was the beginning of several photo sessions - one in Central Park and another series in a Manhattan gallery that they had transformed into a stark-white film studio. Tannenbaum emerged with a collection of emotional, often intimate, fine art photographs. These photographs offer a last in depth look at this famous couple. Now, 20 years later, Tannenbaum has developed a new series of images inspired by the original black and white photographs of November 1980. Each of the newly released digital color images, some of which have never been seen before, are limited to editions of 200. The artist's use of color and imaging present a brilliant and contemporary profile of these most colorful and renowned musical figures

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