During that two-hour opening window, the Heldrich will sponsor a reception with refreshments and music, open to the public.
The Heldrich is located at 10 Livingston Avenue.
The exhibit includes a series of nineteen color images reflecting Chernin’s recent trip to Tuscany.
"It was my first time visiting Tuscany, its medieval towns and villages, its magical landscapes and many wonderfully, hospitable people," Chernin says.
At left are four of his Tuscany photographs.
The exhibit is sponsored in partnership with New Brunswick Development Corporation and will run through Labor Day. For more information about Mark Chernin and his work, please visit www.markcherninphotography.com.
Christopher’s restaurant at the Heldrich will offer exhibition guests 15% savings on Dinner (excluding alcohol) during the evening of July 11.
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