Blazing Editions had an exciting venture working with The NYC Dance Project on a very large project for their newest show and book, that will be released soon, “The Style of Movement: Fashion & Dance”. The NYC Dance Project is a husband and wife duo, Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, work with renown dancers and fashion designers.
This particular project consisted of twenty plus aluminum prints that range from 48x67”, 50x42”, and 42x90" in gold leaf, black metal, and steel float frames. The exhibition is being held at the Lanoue Gallery in Boston, MA.
“The Style of Movement: Fashion & Dance” is running from
October 18th - November 30th, 2019.
Located At Lanoue Gallery
450 Harrison Ave #31
Boston, MA 02118
The Gallery is open from Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm
Sunday 12-4 ( May-October Only)
ABOUT NYC DANCE PROJECT
NYC Dance Project was created by the husband and wife team of Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, who live in Brooklyn. Ken is a renowned fashion/beauty photographer, and Deborah brings to the project a background in dance and editorial photography. They created the project to showcase the wonderful world of dance and dancers, centered in New York City. Ken’s passion for dance began when he lived in Paris and photographed dancers from the Paris Opera Ballet. His fashion work has appeared in fashion magazines worldwide.
Deborah has been a dancer since age 7, and her passion for the art is evident in her photography. She began her photography career when injured as a dancer—she started photographing the rehearsals she could not be in due to her injury. After moving to New York City and working as a photo editor at magazines such as House & Garden, Mirabella and others, she began shooting editorial work for publications and also engaged in advertising work.