Joel Sternfeld’s “First Pictures”

This Thursday Luhring Augustine presents First Pictures, an exhibition of Joel Sternfeld’s early color photographs.  Four distinct bodies of work made between 1971 and 1980, the majority of which have never before been published or exhibited, demonstrate the conceptual and formal strategies fundamental to the artist’s practice over the ensuing four decades.  The entire work has been compiled in a book of … Read More

Cynthia Karalla at Art Miami and featured in AS IF Magazine

  Edelman Arts returns to Art Miami with a provocative exhibit exploring contemporary depictions of St. Sebastian.  We were pleased to hear that Cynthia Karalla‘s “St. Sebastian from the Humanity Series,” imaged and printed by Laumont Studio, would be included in the show.  Here is a floor plan and a complete list of exhibitors at the fair, which runs from November 30th … Read More

Alex Webb’s “The Suffering of Light” at Aperture and Stephen Bulger Gallery

Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto presents “The Suffering of Light,” a solo exhibition by photographer Alex Webb, opening Thursday, December 1st.  Laumont Studio was pleased to have produced the scans and C-Prints for this exhibit.  The following Thursday, December 8th, in tandem with the show in Toronto, Aperture Gallery will launch the New York exhibit to accompany the release of … Read More

David L. Nicholas’s “Night Vision II – An Expanded View” at Artsee

Artsee Eyewear at Goldman Sachs presents Night Vision II – An Expanded View, David L. Nicholas’s solo exhibition of large-scale and panoramic photographs of urban spaces.  Laumont is pleased to have been involved in the production for this show including printing and mounting. From the press release: Building on his iconic views of the urban environment Mr. Nicholas has expanded … Read More

Richard Mosse, Infa, at Jack Shainman Gallery

Richard Mosse’s solo show, Infra, opens Thursday, November 17, 6-8pm at Jack Shainman Gallery in Chelsea.  Lau­mont Stu­dio is pleased to have been involved in the pro­duc­tion for this show including scanning, mount­ing, fram­ing and printing. From the gallery’s press release: They say that Napoleon was colourblind & blood for him as green as grass. – from Unrecounted by WG Sebald For … Read More

Boo Ritson at BravinLee

Boo Ritson‘s solo show, All Aboard, opens tonight at BravinLee in Chelsea.  Laumont Studio is pleased to have been involved in the production for this show including mounting, framing and printing. From the gallery’s press release: Defying simple categorization, Boo Ritson’s work straddles the realms of painting, sculpture, performance and photography.  Ritson conceives a character and costumes the model/sitter.  She then paints … Read More

Jack Webb “Showing Off in Private” at No.10 Gallery

No.10 Gallery presents Jack Webb’s solo show, Showing Off in Private, opening this Thursday, October 20th and running through November 28th.  Dashwood Books will host a signing at the opening reception for Webb’s new book, Jack Webb Suspects His Parents.  Laumont Studio is proud to have produced scans and digital Cibachrome prints for the exhibition. From the press release: “Jack … Read More

Marta Minujín at Henrique Faria Fine Art

Henrique Faria Fine Art presents Marta Minujín‘s Paying off the Argentine Foreign Debt with Corn, “the Latin American Gold”, 1985-2011 (El pago de la deuda externa argentina con maíz, “el oro latinoamericano”). The six photographs of a 12 shot photo-performance from 1985 depict the artist and Andy Warhol in his studio, The Factory,  as they act out the negotiation of Argentina’s … Read More

Renate Aller’s “Oceanscapes” at the Parrish Art Museum

Artists Choose Artists, at The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton brings the work of the exhibition’s seven East End jurors alongside those of the local artists they have selected. Renate Aller is one of the two artists chosen by Ross Bleckner, who is “known for canvases that hover between abstraction and representation.”  Renate Aller’s own works “display an ethereal quality similar to [Mr. Bleckner’s] own, … Read More

Alessandra Sanguinetti’s “On the Sixth Day” at Magnum Paris

From the remote farmlands near Buenos Aires, Argentina, Alessandra Sanguinetti brings us a series of photographs entitled, “On the Sixth Day,” centered on the symbiotic relationship between the farmers, their animals, and the land. The vibrant Fujiflex prints were master-printed by Laumont Studio for Magnum‘s gallery in St Germain des Prés, Paris.