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Photography exhibition elevates large-format print

Some of history’s most notable photographers will be showcasing their work at an upcoming exhibition, with each photo printed using dye-sublimation onto metal.

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Photojournalist Harry Benson created some of the most memorable, candid portraits of cultural icons

In collaboration with ChromaLuxe, Holden Luntz Gallery and fine art printmaking firm Blazing Editions, ‘Big, Bold & Beautiful’ will feature work from some of the world’s most renowned photographers, including Harry Benson, Ken Browar, Andre Lichtenberg, Deborah Ory, Melvin Sokolsky, and Joyce Tenneson.

Each print has been produced by large-format print specialist Blazing Designs, based in Rhode Island, using ChromaLuxe’s aluminium photo panels. Each print is archival and fade-resistant, making the aluminium panels an ideal substrate for fine art applications such as photography.

The prints are also scratch-resistant and fire-retardant as the images are infused into the coating of the panels.

The calibre of photographers featured in this exhibition is truly amazing

“We have been very pleased with the fine art application of sublimated printing on ChromaLuxe aluminium that Blazing Editions has done,” says Holden Luntz. “It has allowed the photographers that we represent the ability to make vibrant, archival images that are bold and have a sense of immediacy.”

“We are honoured to have an entire show printed on ChromaLuxe aluminium at such a prestigious gallery as Holden Luntz,” says Steve Flores, ChromaLuxe global brand manager. “The calibre 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 exhibition will run from March 23rd until May 4th, at the Holden Luntz Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida.

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