The Art of Behind the Scenes – Local Event

Los Angeles art gallery KP Projects, which specializes in contemporary and street art, will be hosting a photo exhibit called “The Art of Behind the Scenes” presented by Finch & Partners in association with Jaeger-LeCoultre that will celebrate the most overlooked photographers and moments in entertainment history. The showcase will run from Feb. 11 through Feb. 26 with a VIP cocktail reception taking place on Feb. 21.

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Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman on a specially constructed set during the filming of “The Graduate.” Paramount Studios, Hollywood, 1967. Bob Willoughby.

The rare black and white prints to be displayed will show off spontaneous snapshots captured during the making of the greatest films of the 21st century, from Quentin Tarantino dancing behind camera with Uma Thurman to John Travolta on the set of “Pulp Fiction.” In addition to displaying moments that have never been seen until now, the show also aims to showcase the skills of the photographer whose talents have often been overlooked and uncelebrated.

“The Art of Behind the Scenes” premiered at the 2015 Cannes Festival and after its success was expanded and brought back the following year in 2016 where it traveled to the New York Film Festival with the show’s partners Jaeger-LeCoultre. This year’s display is the first time it is open to the general public and the first time shown in Hollywood.

KP Projects art gallery is located at 170 S. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036. For more information on the exhibit and upcoming galleries, visit http://kpprojects.net and follow them on Facebook.

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