New photo exhibit at Cavalier

Harry Benson’s photograph of a Beatles pillow fight at the Hotel George V in Paris in 1964 will be part of the exhibition.

Harry Benson’s photograph of a Beatles pillow fight at the Hotel George V in Paris in 1964 will be part of the exhibition.

From Feb. 10 through March 10, Cavalier Galleries will be showcasing Captured, its latest exhibition highlighting a variety of established photographers.

The show will demonstrate the long standing tradition of photography in its display of works by artists with unique and distinct perspectives. Artists featured include famed photo-journalists Steve McCurry, widely known for his National Geographic cover of the Afghan Girl, as well as Harry Benson, who rose to fame after documenting his travels with the Beatles when they came to America in 1964.

The extensive lineup also includes world renowned fashion photographer Robert Farber, contemporary photographers Alex Cao and Debranne Cingari, and photography pioneers Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel.

Captured explores the dynamic medium of photography, from black and white to color, film to digital and traditional to contemporary. For more information, visit Cavaliergalleries.com. Cavalier Galleries is located at 405 Greenwich Avenue.

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