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Pete Tuner Giraffe

Pete Turner Photographs      

 In The Color of Jazz award-winning photographer Pete Turner performs magic with color, and his photographs graced some of the best and most important album covers of the last half - century. The Color of Jazz is a comprehensive look at the design collaboration between Turner and jazz producer Cree Taylor, whose album covers revolutionized album cover art and created and entirely new level of Jazz record collecting. 

 

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Abstract surrealist painting of many colors by Ray Tenorio

Ray Tenorio, Mythological Africa and the Transcultural Influences in the Americas

Currently Exhibited in Board Room
Ray A. Tenorio was born in Havana and currently lives in Miami. Influences in his work are vast and varied, and include his Latin roots, Expressionism, urban mythology and fashion. This is Ray’s second solo show at The Betsy Hotel.
Mick Jagger watching television while lying down on the sofa

Bob Bonis

Currently Exhibited in Hallways
The Betsy’s proudly presents over 250 works shot by Bob Bonis, Road Manager of both The Beatles and The Rolling Stones during their first US tours. Through the lens of his Leica M3 camera, he documented both bands, guarding intimate, unplanned moments.
Abstract work by Paul Loughney

Paul Loughney

Paul Loughney (b.1972) received an MFA from Rutgers University. He has participated in solo and group shows nationally and internationally at Lesley Heller Gallery and many others.