A photography exhibit featuring portraits of celebrities will open to the public on Friday, Feb. 8, at Cline's Infiniti, 4594 S. State. Entitled "Famous Pairs," the exhibit focuses on nearly 30 pairs of celebrities photographed over the years by renowned photographers of the Vanity Fair magazine. The show has traveled to about 17 Infiniti dealerships since it began its nationwide tour in June 1990.

Some of the world-renowned photographers exhibiting in this show are Cecil Beaton, Man Ray, Edward Weston, Richard Avedon and Milton Glaser.According to Bill Bruce, Infiniti's vice president and general manager, "Not only is it fascinating to view the work of creative artists, but it's entertaining to try to figure out how the pairs are related."

Some pairs appear to have nothing in common. For example, why are Babe Ruth and Fidel Castro paired up? And Louis Armstrong and David Bowie?

Stop by the Infiniti dealership and find out for yourself. With the exception of Sunday, Feb. 10, the exhibit will continue through Wednesday, Feb. 13.