Con Edison’s Exhibiting Space presents a photographic exhibit by James Laudando May 2-30 in Con Edison’s building, 30 Flatbush Avenue Extension between Livingston and Nevins streets.
Laudando has been a New York-based photographer for the past 30 years. After graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City, he went on to open his own studio.
Partnering with other New York-based photographers; he specialized in still life illustrations for the advertising and publishing industries. Some of the major accounts included Du Pont, Doubleday books, Woman’s World magazines and the US Army.
Recently, Laudando’s work in fine arts photography has been shown at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, the Fillmore Gallery, and other venous. His works is in private collections.
Exhibition hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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