Sante D’Orazio : “Other Graces” at Christie’s in New York

On view from March 29th through April 19th in Christie’s Private Sales Gallery at Rockefeller Center, is a collection of photographs by Sante D’Orazio.  Other Graces is a photographic survey spanning the last three decades of the artist’s photographic career. Christie’s will exhibit D’Orazio’s infamous fashion photographs alongside two of his lesser-known series.  Priests, which has yet to be shown … Read More

Christopher Beane at Jim Kempner Fine Art

We are pleased to announce the opening of Orchids, Orgies, and Marbles, Christopher Beane’s solo exhibition at Jim Kempner Fine Art. The Chelsea gallery will host an opening reception this Thursday from 6 to 8pm.  The photographs will be on display from March 7th through April 13th. Over the past 10 years, Laumont has proudly printed Cibachrome and Fujiflex editions … Read More

Tema Stauffer gains recognition for her photographs of Paterson, NJ

                  In the fall of 2012, Humble Arts Foundation and Women in Photography awarded Tema Stauffer with the WIP-LTI/Lightside Individual Project Grant for her Paterson series.  Paterson is a city in New Jersey that suffered an economic crisis in 2008.  Over the past 3 years, Stauffer has been capturing portraits of the … Read More

Lynn Saville: exhibiting photographs in Boston and Santa Cruz

Currently on view at the Photographic Resource Center Gallery in Boston is a three person exhibition entitled The Space in Between: Daniel Feldman, Stefanie Klavens, and Lynn Saville.  The show opened on November 15 and runs through January 19, 2013.  Laumont had the pleasure of printing Lynn Saville’s photographs for the exhibition. I have been a roamer of limbo regions, … Read More

Recent work by Dominick Talvacchio at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio

We would like to announce the opening of a two-person exhibition featuring recent works by Dominick Talvacchio and Matt Irie. Lines & Other Curves opened last week at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio.  Talvacchio utilizes the Cruse scanner at Laumont to document the fine detail and subtle textures in his intricate drawings and prints. He has a number of … Read More

Henry Leutwyler at Laumont

Launched by Steidl on November 15th, Ballet contains over 270 photographs amidst 488-pages.  Leutwyler’s photographs will be on view at Michael Foley Gallery until January 6, 2013. Laumont would like to congratulate Henry Leutwyler on behalf of his exhibition and the release of Ballet.  We would also like to express our gratitude for our involvement with printing and framing the … Read More

Carmen Molina presents “Undercurrents”, the debut exhibition at Artion Gallery’s newest space.

Carmen Molina’s solo photography exhibition “Undercurrents” will be on view from December 6th through December 31st at Artion Gallery.  This exciting work was printed and mounted here at Laumont Studio.  We would like to congratulate the photographer on being selected as the debut exhibition for the gallery’s newest space in New York.  Artion Gallery, located at 275 Water Street in … Read More

Opening tonight: Anna Bella Geiger “Circa 1970” until January 19, 2013

Tonight in the Upper East Side, Henrique Faria Fine Art will host an opening for their current exhibition “Circa 1970”.  The presentation is an amalgamation of style and technique produced by Anna Bella Geiger.  The multi-media installation will display the artist’s experimental videos alongside collages, drawings, and photographs.  All of the work shown in the gallery was generated throughout the … Read More

Antonio Girbés: “Delirious City” on view until December 15th at Ramis Barquet

On November 15th Ramis Barquet opened “Delirious City”, an exhibition of large-scale digital collages by Antonio Girbés.  The artist uses his Hasselblad to capture fragments of architecture during his travels through various international cities. For each piece, he manipulates a single capture into a final composition by creating divisions, repetitions, and mirroring effects. Girbés describes his work as “the construction … Read More