MORRISTOWN, NJ - The answer is Roberto Rabanne.

A thoughtful, edgy, and provocative photographer, Rabanne has been capturing Rock and Roll and Fashion personalities such as Prince, Mohammad Ali, Jerry Garcia, Lady Gaga, Jimi Hendrix, Madonna, Andy Warhol, Rihanna, Bob Marley, Bruce Springsteen and Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Christie Turlington, and Linda Evangelista—for four decades.

The community is invited to see the exhibition starting at 10am on Saturday November 19 and to meet the artist from 5pm - 7pm.

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"We are honored to be featuring an artist of Roberto’s caliber at 70 South Gallery," said Ira L. Black, Gallery Director. "His work is truly iconic and timeless—people of all ages and walks of life can appreciate the personalities and what they have meant to rock and roll, fashion and our own lives”. 

RSVP to Ira L. Black at IraL.Black@70southgallery.com If you can make it

The exhibit is entitled Revolutionary Reflections, and celebrates these cultural icons, rebels and disruptors of our generation. His collection is named Photoplasticity: when Fashion meets Music. Additionally, Rabanne has pushed the medium of photography by placing his images on non-traditional media such as sound walls, skateboards, plexiglass, fabrics and even— chocolates. Some are embellished with diamond dust and other mixed media.

In keeping with 70 South Gallery’s mission to promote up and coming artists, this exhibition will feature the work of a high school student, Emily Moskowitz from Livingston High School. Moskowitz has produced captivating 360 views of the world around us.

 “Rabanne blends artistry with edginess on non-traditional mediums which result in some really knock out looking art pieces," said Gina Cerbone, the gallery's Curator. "Roberto’s work, coupled with our student Emily’s keen eye, we have created an exceptional exhibition.”

Visit this cutting-edge exhibit—enjoy the work, recognize the people being featured and get a jump start on your holiday shopping with the gift of an icon or a new perspective by an emerging artist.