Laumont Master Printer Advises Photographers on Making Exhibition-Quality Prints

“Are there things you think photographers could do better in order to work with their printer on getting their fine-artprints to look the way they want?”    Last week, Photo District News Magazine  requested a Q&A session with Laumont’s own Master Printer, Shamus Clisset. The interview that resulted is full of practical measures artists can take to improve the quality … Read More

Tim Hetherington at Yossi Milo Gallery

Yossi Milo Gallery presents an exhibition of photographs and video by Tim Hetherington (1970-2011) taken in Liberia and Afghanistan.  It is the first major exhibition of his work in the United States.  Hetherington and photojournalist Chris Hondros were killed in 2011 covering the conflict in Libya. Here is a recent article in the Washington Post on Hetherington’s legacy and the upcoming exhibition at Yosi … Read More

Sylvia Plachy at the South Street Seaport Museum

Check out WIDELY DIFFERENT, an exhibit of New York City panoramas by Sylvia Plachy and Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao currently on view at the newly remodeled South Street Seaport Museum.  We were delighted to work with Plachy to produce the black and white silver halide fiber prints and color C-prints included in the show in addition to scanning, mounting and framing. Last Thursday … 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

Decepción, Large Scale Photographs by LUIS GISPERT

On 8 September 2011, Mary Boone Gallery opened at its Fifth Avenue location decepción, an exhibition of a new series of large-scale photographs by LUIS GISPERT. Laumont is proud to have produced, printed and framed this intriguing work. Begun as an anthropological investigation, Gispert sought out individuals in the United States collecting or crafting unique vehicles in their backyards or … Read More

Beyond 9/11 Portraits of Resilience

TIME’s ‘Beyond 9/11 Portraits of Resilience’ is currently showing at MILK Gallery in Chelsea. “TIME revisited the people who led us, moved us and inspired us, from the morning of the attacks through the tumultuous decade that followed.” Laumont printed, mounted and framed the portraits for the show.            

Laurel Nakadate: Only the Lonely

PS1 MOMA opens their winter season with artist Laurel Nakadate’s first large-scale museum exhibition. The show, which opens Sunday, Jan.23 at 12pm, features video, film & photography, including the premiere of her latest series “365 Days: A Catalogue of Tears.” These 365 large photographs, printed, mounted & framed by Laumont, depict a year long performance of the artist documenting herself … Read More