Isabelle Armand’s New Photographic Book Documents the Lives of Two Wrongfully Convicted Men in Mississippi

In 2012 French photographer Isabelle Armand came across an article of Levon Brooks and Kennedy Brewer, two men wrongfully convicted in separate murder trials and sentenced to years in prison before DNA finally proved their innocence. For the next 5 years following their release, she documented Brooks and Brewer, their families, and their small, rural Mississippi hometown. The product of ... Read More

Milagros de la Torre featured in SVA i3 Lecture Series

Conceptual photographer Milagros de la Torre is speaking at the School of Visual Arts as part of the i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series. Free and open to the public on Tuesday, October 22, at 7PM. One of the preeminent contemporary photographers working today, de la Torre’s haunting images hang in the permanent collections of some of the biggest museums … Read More

Per-Anders Pettersson Releases Book & Speaks with Vogue

Swedish-born Per-Anders Pettersson is known the world over for his beautiful yet politically-charged photography. His photos showcase his eye for fashion and beauty, while his focus on Africa tells the narrative of the changing global climate. Watch Per-Anders Pettersson talk with Italian Vogue about the changes he’s seen in Africa in the last two decades. The perception of Africa is … Read More

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

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

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

Larry Clark wins Best Film at the 7th Rome Film Festival

We would like to congratulate Larry Clark for winning the Golden Marc’Aurelio award for Best Film at the 7th Rome Film Festival.  Marfa Girl will premiere this evening, November 20th at 6pm EST.  The director is offering the film on his website for exclusive viewing, which will not be released in theater or on DVD.  For more information and to … Read More

Isabelle Armand’s photographs published in the Acne Paper Winter 2012 issue.

Today marks the release of Acne Paper’s 14th issue featuring portrait, fashion, and art photography inspired by Manhattan. The bi-yearly international publication has selected to include seven images from the portfolio of Isabelle Armand in its Winter 2012 installment. The New York based photographer works exclusively with the scanning and pigment departments at Laumont to print her captivating images. All … Read More

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