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Mondo POP -"Blow Up" Photographs

MONDO POP GALLERY presents
TINSELTOWN
a celebration of 1960s Cinema Style

preview & gallery launch wednesday, 10 november 6-8 pm
sponsored by Orlando-Wyndham NZ Wines & Pitch Lounge Bar

AVEDON FRAKER GOLDMAN STERN

from Tiffany's to Thomas Crown

DUNAWAY FARROW HEPBBURN MONROE STREISAND TAYLOR

lost photographs from the motion picture

BLOW UP
and more

exhibit runs 11 thru 27 november at

MONDO POP GALLERY

57 Pitt Street,

Newton

ph: (09) 366 7098

www.mondopop.co.nz


Please join us for a preview of our premiere exhibition next Wednesday, 10 November from 6-8 pmfeaturing original photographs from some of Tinseltown's most famous films of the 1960s plus never-before-seen images from the set of Michelangelo Antonioni's mod classic BLOW UP (including lots of groovy models with fab hair and clothes). And more!! exhibit runs from 11-27 November where:MONDO POP GALLERY57 Pitt Street, Newton

ph: (09) 366 7098

www.mondopop.co.nz

gallery hours:Tuesday – Friday 11-6, Saturday 10-4


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