The photography of Eve Stuart on display in Hudson, NY

  Several works from Eve Stuart, a New York based photographer, will be on display until November 10th at foley&cox HOME in Hudson, NY. From September 27th through October 7th, six photographs exhibited were included in Arts Walk Hudson. Stuart has worked with Laumont over the years to transform her images into prints. She began working with the c-print department … Read More

C.R. Richardson photographs on display at the U.S. Navy Memorial

Laumont recently worked with New York based photographer C.R. Richardson to produce 12 pigment prints, which were included in the 11th Annual Patriot Day celebration at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington D.C.  Following a wreath laying ceremony to remember the fallen victims and military heroes of the September 11th attacks, an exhibit featuring photographs of the USS New York … 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

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