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Photo exhibit at Tumon Louis Vuitton store

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - "The Lure of the Sea" photo exhibit is now on display at the Louis Vuitton store at the Tumon Sands Plaza.  The show features 20 underwater photographs from Japanese artists Takahiro Noguchi and Nobuyuki Ota.  According to Louis Vuitton General Manager Edouard Faure, the photographs are for sale and all proceeds will go to the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities.

Said Faure, "We thought it was important to pay tribute to the Guam community and for that we talk with CAHA to develop and promote a master program, which is all about heritage, all about respect of the tradition and the transmission of this heritage."

Eight photographs have already been sold.  The exhibit will be on display through September 30.

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