A Look Inside WIRED's Private 'Star Wars' Exhibition

Featuring stunning works by award-winning photographer Dan Winters.

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Online tech destination WIRED is hosting a private Star Wars photo exhibit in anticipation of the forthcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens. A curated selection of renowned photographer Dan Winters’ works are on display, which depict portrait-like shots of figurines and some of the props used in the filming of the iconic series. Dan Winters: Star Wars is currently showing at the Condé Nast Gallery inside One World Trade Center and will run through to January 8 on an appointment only basis.

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