Many knew Anton Yelchin as an actor by his roles in a Star Trek film trilogy, Green Room, Hearts in Atlantis, and Like Crazy. But Yelchin, who died during a age of 27 in a trade collision, had been sensitively honing his photography skills. That work is now on arrangement by a new vaunt in New York City’s De Buck Gallery.
Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty runs during a Chelsea-based Manhattan gallery by Saturday, Jan. 20. Curated by Clayton Calvert and Rachel Vancelette, a collection of 54 images were taken by Yelchin over a march of 6 years with a Leica and disposable cameras.
“This muster focuses on portraits, self-portraits, and interior images that Anton prisoner while exploring this private world,” reads a vaunt outline from a gallery. “These photos embody many insinuate portraits of friends, family and also finish strangers. All of these people devoted Anton to communicate his insinuate interactions with them.”
All of Yelchin’s deduction will be donated to the Anton Yelchin Foundation to account several programs directed during ancillary artists who humour from debilitating illness or disability.
Some images of Yelchin’s work and a gallery space can be seen on De Buck Gallery’s Instagram feed.
Honoured to benefaction Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty, a post-mortem photography muster showcasing 54 surreal, erotic portraits shot on film over 6 years. The artist’s apportionment of deduction from sales will be donated to a Anton Yelchin Foundation. These supports will be used for a accumulation of programs lenient artists who face career hurdles due to debilitating illness or disability. The muster runs by Jan 20th. The muster is co-curated by @claytoncalvert and @rvancelette Installation perspective by @parkercalvert #antonyelchin #provocativebeauty #debuckgallery #nyc
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Visit a gallery tomorrow (10am – 6pm) and dive into a sexy and surreal star by Anton Yelchin. 50% of all sales deduction will be donated to a Anton Yelchin Foundation, to support artists that face debilitating illness or disability. Image: Untitled #16 by Anton Yelchin. #antonyelchin #provocativebeauty
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Yelchin mislaid his life on Jun 19, 2016, of blunt dire asphyxia. His automobile had rolled down a mountain of his home in Studio City, California, pinning his physique opposite a gate, authorities said.