Seemingly present within walking distance of every significant cultural moment, from the Beatles first landing in America to MLK speaking in Canton, Mississippi, Harry Benson’s photojournalistic style and candid approach effectively create penetrating portraits that preserve the legends and memorable instants of world history. He has taken some of the most impactful, influential images of any photojournalist of our modern time. Harry Benson’s archive is truly “living history.”
Photography innovator, Melvin Sokolsky, whose bold ideas and experimental approach to fashion shoots expanded the creative limitations of the genre; going against the grain of 1950’s studio photography, he created poetic illusions, predating the idea of photoshop and changing the course of fashion photography. Sokolsky’s images were so uplifting they appeared to defy gravity and highlighted the enormous potential for allure and magic in image-making.
Joyce Tenneson’s elegant, harmonious, and ethereal images, are records of the phenomenon of an intrinsic spirit. Whether the photographer captures an incisive and straightforward portrait, a profile of an apple tree in situ, or a detailed, color study of a flower, Tenneson’s work delves into the essence and luminous capacities of live beings. The spirit that animates a living entity continues to fascinate her. Andre Lichtenberg
Andre Lichtenberg’s dreamlike childhood memories, sensibility with color, and inclination towards highly technical, scientific work create a unique perspective and savvy aesthetic. His series “Impossible Utopias,” is made of a multitude of separate images fused into a dreamscape, inspired by the landscape’s horizon and the sea looking out over the English Channel. Andre Lichtenberg ultimately delves deeper into tropes that have interested him since childhood, art and math, creating highly original photographs pieced together almost like a puzzle. NYC Dance Project
For a duo concerned with capturing the world of New York City dance, Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, create images that capture with exceptional quality, the bodies, movements, and infinite grace of some of the world’s greatest living dancers. Their branded name “The NYC Dance Project,” is a collaboration between a commercially successful photographer and a classically trained dancer that together creates a unique series that records dancers from different companies and theaters paired with high fashion to capture beautifully detailed, moving images of dancers whose bodies are stopped in mid-flight by the camera.
“We are honored to have an entire show printed on ChromaLuxe aluminum at such a prestigious gallery as Holden Luntz,” said Steve Flores, ChromaLuxe Global Brand Manager. “The caliber of photographers featured in this exhibition is truly amazing. It is a testament to ChromaLuxe that these world-renowned photographers trust their images to be showcased on our metal prints.” The dye sublimation printing process onto ChromaLuxe aluminum produces high definition, visually stunning images that also contain protective capacities unattainable with prints on paper. The attributes of the ChromaLuxe print maintain a scratch-resistant and fire-retardant quality, as the image is infused into the coating of the panel. The images are archival, as well as fade resistant. “Big, Bold & Beautiful” is an exhibition devoted to the joy of large-format photographs that amplify and maximize the content within each image. About ChromaLuxe
ChromaLuxe is the global manufacturer of premium print media for dye sublimation. ChromaLuxe supplies high quality blank substrates for a variety of applications that require superb image quality and durability. All coatings and substrates are made in the USA with manufacturing and fabrication done in Louisville, KY. With additional locations in Australia, Belgium, and Dubai, ChromaLuxe serves its global customer base and provides products to more than 80 countries. To learn more about ChromaLuxe, please visit: ChromaLuxe.com | facebook.com/realchromaluxe | instagram.com/realchromaluxe. About Holden Luntz Gallery
Holden Luntz Gallery exhibits 20th and 21st century master fine art photography. The gallery opened its doors in 2001 and is a member of the ADAA (Art Dealers Association of America) and AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers). Holden Luntz has had over 30 years of experience curating exhibitions and representing photographers. The gallery offers a broad range of American and European photographs which are historically important. It also shows contemporary photography whose artists are determining the medium’s new boundaries. About Blazing Editions
Over the years, Blazing Editions has developed into a leader in the Fine Arts industry. Based in Rhode Island, they are dedicated to providing the finest reproductions on the market. They specialize in large format prints on various substrate and most notably dye sublimation onto aluminum. Along with their printmaking division, they are also an international art distribution company – representing contemporary artists all in North America. This gives them understanding on popular trends hitting the art market. To learn more about Blazing Editions, visit: http://www.blazing.com.