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David Yarrow “Changing Lanes” at Samuel Lynne Galleries

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Saturday, 4 December 2021
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Saturday, 4 December 2021 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm

Samuel Lynne Galleries is honored to announce David Yarrow’s return to Dallas, Texas for the opening of his exhibition, Changing Lanes, which will showcase his latest work including photographs featuring Cindy Crawford and Ciara & Russell Wilson. The exhibition will be held on Friday, December 3rd from 6-9pm at Samuel Lynne Galleries at Thompson Dallas at The National and on Saturday, December 4th, from 6-9pm at Samuel Lynne Galleries in the Design District. The artist will be in attendance at both receptions, and the exhibition will be on view through February 5, 2022. This exhibition will be a retrospective of Yarrow’s work, detailing his travels throughout the world to photograph some of the world’s most endangered and revered species, along with a detailed look at his storytelling portraiture. 

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1105 Dragon St.
Dallas, Texas 75207 

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