Henry Leutwyler Exhibition at Foley Gallery

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Document, Henry Leutwyler’s recent show at Foley Gallery in the Lower East Side, is a twelve-year project featuring still-life portraits of iconic American History artifacts. These intimate photographs allow audience members to examine possessions of popular musicians, athletes, politicians, and Hollywood stars as a way to offer insight into their personal lives. The objects which include: Audrey Hepburn’s typewriter, Muhammad Ali’s boxing shoe, and Michel Basquiat’s sunglasses, associate themselves to the person or to a particular time in history.

Laumont contributed chromogenic printing and framing to Leutwyler’s exhibition which was was on display November 3, 2016- January 8, 2017.

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Photo courtesy of Foley Gallery
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