Leningrad-born Anton Yelchin was best famous for his roles in front of a camera, entertainment commend in both strike indie flicks and Hollywood blockbusters. But now a late Star Trek actor is being distinguished for his ability as a photographer in a New York exhibition.
Some 54 of a actor’s photographs, taken over a 6-year period, were comparison for a show, Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty, during Chelsea’s De Buck Gallery. The infancy of images are portraits or self-portraits of Yelchin’s family and friends, as good as strangers that a actor met on his travels.
Yelchin, who was best famous for his appearances in Terminator: Salvation, Star Trek, and Like Crazy, died in an collision during a age of 27 in 2016.
Proceeds from a uncover will go to a Anton Yelchin Foundation, that helps infirm artists overcome barriers in their career.
Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty will be display during a De Buck Gallery in New York until 20 January.