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INVENTORY# STATION233
CATALOGUE# 233
TITLE BLACK ROSE
PHOTOGRAPHER PITTMAN, LAHARY
PHOTOGRAPHER DOB b. 1949
PHOTOGRAPHER NATIONALITY AMERICAN
DATE OF PHOTOGRAPH VALENTINES DAY, 2008
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AMERICA
DIMENSIONS (inches) 20X16"
METRIC DIMENSIONS (cm) 50.8X40.64
COLOR SEPIA TONED
CATEGORY STILL LIFES
TYPE OF PRINT VIVERA PIGMENT PRINT ON SOMERSET VELVET ( * THIS PRINT ORIGINATED AS A 35MM BLACK & WHITE PRINT DEVELOPED AND SEPIA TONED IN A TRADITIONAL WET DARKROOM--AND WAS THEN CONVERTED TO A PIGMENT PRINT ON WATERCOLOR PAPER)
FRAMED FALSE
SIGNED TRUE
LABELS/MARKINGS SIGNED ON RECTO / DATED AND TITLED ON VERSO
CONDITION PERFECT
BACK STORY

The Delaware Art Museum has recently announced the selection of Lahary Pittman as a multiple category winner in their Gordon Parks Arts Competition. He won the jury prize for 'Best In Show' in the film category for his film Rhythm and Pain and was also a winner in the photography category for his documentary photograph Succos on the Bowery. In addition to being selected as the 2007-2008 Artist-In-Residence for photography at New Yorks Henry Street Settlement, Abron’s Art Center; Lahary is the grant recipient of an April, 2008 award for his residency series, “The Shifting Boundaries and Culture of Manhattan’s Lower East Side”. Completion funds for this contemporary black and white darkroom monograph/exhibition project is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and is administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. In July 2008 Lahary received a Henry Street Settlement Artist-In-Residency grant made possible by a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation. Darkroom support for his project was provided by the Educational Alliance Art School on the Lower East Side.

Lahary’s emergence as a fine art and documentary photographer and printmaker is a result of his work as a digital filmmaker. He served as a co-director for  the international short “Julie 9”, which screened at the Rotterdam Film Festival, and in  2005-2006 produced, shot and edit an independent documentary film “Rhythm and Pain”  concerning a cross-cultural drummer and the American healthcare dilemma.  He is a published photographer with works at auction and in public & private collections. Recognition includes a 2007 Manhattan auction in which he was co-winner of the ‘Audience  Choice Award’, and a 2006 photography and video installation entitled “Countryside” that  earned an “Editor’s Pick” by the River Reporter newspaper of Narrowsburg, NY. His films  have screened in France and the Netherlands and his fine art photographs from his first  series in the south of France are represented on the noted art site ArtNet.

His 'Dawn of Capitalism' photograph was part of a Miranda July project, "Love To Love You More" which was included in the 2004 California College Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art, San Francisco 'From Baja To Vancouver' show. Two of his video-works are in the permanent collection of MONA, (Museum of New Art) Pontiac, Michigan and his large format and still life photographs are in the collection  of the Sullivan County Museum and Newburgh Historical Society. His experience in cinema  began as a screenwriting intern on location of the Chicago CIA thriller, “The Spook Who Sat  By the Door” and upon re-location to New York city he was awarded a stipend from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.