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Kiefer Sutherland and '24' crew to unveil photography exhibition

October 16, 2008 |  1:00 pm

Kiefer Sutherland

Fox's "24" is planning to kick off its seventh season not with a car chase or gunfight but with an art show.

A photography exhibition featuring images by the cast and crew of the Emmy-winning action series will go on display Nov. 10 at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. The exhibition will feature still photos taken from the South Africa locations of the season's two-hour opener, "24: Redemption."

Visitors will see 48 large-scale digital photographs taken by "24" star Kiefer Sutherland, director Jon Cassar, producer Michael Klick and others. The show mixes behind-the-scenes shots of "24" with images of the local population and wildlife taken in and around Cape Town, according to Michael Kochman, the exhibition curator.

The six-week filming took place during a particularly harsh South African winter, said "24" executive producer Cassar, who directed "Redemption" (scheduled to air Nov. 23).  "It was a difficult shoot," he said. "And you'll see it in the pictures."

— David Ng

Photo credit: Michael Klick


 
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