Foto Relevance provides contemporary art consulting and represents leading and emerging contemporary photographic artists. We continually study the art market and conduct research to collaborate with clients and to consult with artists who are taking new directions in photography.

Current Exhibition

6.15.2018 - 9.4.2018

Foto Relevance is pleased to present “Tornado Warning In Effect”, showcasing the work of two distinctly different yet complementary artists: Robert Langham III and Paul-André Larocque.  Featuring work from his “Magic and Logic” series, Langham’s tornadic images are created using traditional film and dark room processes without the use of digital media or computer editing. His conceptual “still life” images, while creative and imaginative,  firmly embrace classic photographic tradition.  In wonderful contrast, Paul-André Larocque’s images of deserts, beaches and candy shops whirling through space are digitally collaged, embedding his imagery with motion and intense color.  Larocque’s uses a multi-media technique. He embellishes  his images with broad brush strokes of acrylic paint, creating unique and one-of-a-kind works.

Collaborations

News

Representation of Laurie Lambrecht At Foto Relevance

We are excited to announce the representation of New York artist Laurie Lambrecht at Foto Relevance! Lambrecht’s work includes everything from photographs of Roy Lichtenstein in his studio to landscapes in China to abstractions of flora & light. Contact gallery or visit Artsy to see more of Lambrecht’s work.

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Representation of David Reinfeld at Foto Relevance

We are pleased to announce the representation of New York based artist David Reinfeld. Reinfeld’s extensive portfolio covers everything from street photography to traditional landscapes to brightly-colored, composite nature imagery. See more of his work on Artsy, and watch for upcoming show details to come!

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