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New John Lennon exhibition to feature May’s work

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May 4, 2015

May’s work is being featured in an exiting new John Lennon exhibition at Krab Jab Studios, Seattle WA. Entitled ‘Lennon’, this group show is inspired by and pays tribute to Lennon’s life and work. The exhibit will include May’s photography alongside work by Alfred Paredes, Tony Cipriano, Michael Defeo, James Shoop, Tim Bruckner, and others.

Krab Jab told Time Out:

Krab Jab Studio was given the rare opportunity to exhibit eight fantastic artists –  Alfred Paredes, Michael Defeo, James Shoop, Colin Pool, Kristine Pool, Conny Valentina, Dan Chudzinski, Tim Bruckner – along with the photography of May Pang in a show dedicated to the music of Beatles icon John Lennon.Nearly all of the artists work in the toy and entertainment industry, creating model kits or doing concept work for companies like Disney Studios or DC Comics, and all of them are great fans of John’s work, each setting out to express their love of the music, be it wistfully nostalgic or cheekily humorous. Added to this mix is photographer May Pang, best known for being John’s partner during his “Lost Weekend” period of the 1970s. During that time period May took photos of life with John, many of which were published in her book “Instamatic Karma!”, nine of these wonderful images are included in this show.”

The exhibition runs from May 9th to June 6th

Krab Jab Studio, 5628 Airport Way S, Ste 150 Seattle, WA 98108



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