Bono and Edge visited thier friend's, Julian Lennon, exhibition at Leica Gallery ,LA. Julian Lennon’s latest photography exhibition, “Cycle” is a collection that focuses on those who live on the borders of the South China Sea.
Lennon shot the photographs with his Leica V-LUX (Typ 114). “I was going on a trip that would take me all over the South China Sea, so a friend suggested the Leica V-LUX, as a good all-rounder,” Lennon explains. “I felt that this camera was best for capturing affecting moments of the heart.”
This is Lennon’s fourth show since 2010’s “Timeless,” his first public photo exhibition. It is also Lennon’s first exhibition at the Leica Gallery Los Angeles. Though initially known as a singer-songwriter and musician, Lennon is a man of diverse talents and interests, working as a philanthropist, documentarian and, of course, photographer. Or, as he puts it, “I like the experience and enjoyment of many, if not all things, as long as there are no negative elements.”