We’re proud to share a few
of our recent projects.
We’re proud to share a few of our recent projects.
Opening reception for Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life at Pace Gallery, 2014. The signature frames were developed in conjunction with the artist and include hand penciled graphite, and antique
Dutch Black” finishes.
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Mixed Deciduous Forest, from Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life at Pace Gallery, 2014. This multi-part photograph was framed in sections and assembled on site.
Andy Warhol’s Four Marlons and Triple Elvis (Ferus Type) at Christie’s, 2014. Both were displayed with a frame-within-a-frame profile popularly known as the
Guggenheim style”, painted white, and were the highlights of the sale.
Pablo Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version
O”). We framed the painting for its sale at Christie’s in 2015, when it set a record for the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction.
Henri Matisse’s Oceania, the Sky. Throughout 2016, we worked in collaboration with a textile conservation studio, to restore and mount the work and its companion, Oceania, the Sea, in a specially fabricated framing system for a private collector.
Paintings by Clyfford Still and Helen Frankenthaler at Christie’s, 2015
Works by Mark Grotjahn, Christopher Wool, Roy Lichtenstein, and Andy Warhol at Christie’s Preview 2016. Each year we frame a number of significant works for Christie’s and Sotheby’s Spring and Fall Auctions.
David Wojnarowicz’s Science Lesson, created on four separate panels, framed at Christie’s 2018
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s five-part photograph The Last Supper: Acts of God at the Japan Society, 2017.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s La Hara at Christie’s, 2017
Jackson Pollock’s Number 17, 1949, framed for Sotheby’s, 2015