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

Henry Leutwyler book signing today, November 27th; Exhibition on view until January 6, 2013

  Michael Foley Gallery is pleased to present Ballet, a photographic exploration of the New York City Ballet through the lens of Henry Leutwyler.  Opening on November 28th, the exhibition provides behind-the-curtain insight of the prestigious dance company. “Using his 35mm Leica, he explored the performers’ personal space and produced honest, unguarded moments of more than 80 dancers from the … Read More

“Julie Blackmon: Day Tripping” on view at Robert Mann Gallery

A solo exhibition of recent work by Julie Blackmon opened on November 1st at Robert Mann Gallery.  The artist debuted six unseen photographs alongside images created within the past two years.  Julie Blackmon: Day Tripping is her second solo show with the gallery. Through a complex process involving models, a highly staged set and carefully composed tableaux, Blackmon weaves intricate … Read More

Greg Lamarche presents “Timeless”, a solo exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery

Timeless, opening on October 4th at the Joshua Liner Gallery, features recent work from New York based artist Greg Lamarche. This will be Lamarche’s debut solo show with the Chelsea gallery. The exhibition features a collection of collages, assemblage, and paintings exploring letterforms. Lamarche utilizes the Cruse scanner at Laumont to digitize his handcrafted work. With roots grounded in graffiti, … Read More

Mickalene Thomas presents “Origin of the Universe” at the Brooklyn Museum

Laumont is proud to announce our participation in Mickalene Thomas’ premiere solo museum exhibition in New York. Origin of the Universe opens Friday September 28th at the Brooklyn Museum, in the Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing on the 4th floor. Over the past year, the scanning, lightjet printing, mounting & framing departments at Laumont worked closely with the Brooklyn … Read More

“Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life” at the International Center of Photography

This Friday, September 14th, the International Center of Photography is opening their new exhibition, Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life. The entire museum will display approximately 500 photographs, artworks, films, videos, periodicals, posters, and documents together as a way to depict the impact of one of the most influential movements in the 20th century. … Read More

Takeshi Murata’s “Synthesizers” at Salon 94 Bowery

It is with great pleasure that we announce the most recent solo exhibition for video and digital artist, Takeshi Murata. “Synthesizers” opens this Thursday, September 13th, with a reception from 6-9pm at Salon 94 Bowery in New York. The Pigment and Mounting departments at Laumont worked closely with Murata to produce large-scale prints of his digital compositions for this exhibition. … Read More

Sandra Gottlieb’s Black & White series at Kathleen Cullen

Mounting and framing specialists at Laumont Photographics, NYC, are more than pleased to assist as Brooklyn born Sandra Gottlieb  prepares  for exhibition. Nine photographs from the series “Waves in Black and White” will be on view at Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts from June 14 – July 13. The opening reception will be held on June 21st from 6-8PM. Inspiring excellent reviews, … Read More