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The Kennedys

5-7 pm, Nov 23, 2012 | free
 

Never-before-seen pictures from the legendary fashion photographer and photojournalist Mark Shaw, the Kennedy family's photographer. The exhibition coincides with the release of Shaw's anthology The Kennedys. Through Jan. 27



Where: Monroe Gallery of Photography
Phone: 505-992-0800
Address:
112 Don Gaspar Ave.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.monroegallery.com/

 

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