Jayne H. Baum Gallery

Contemporary art across interdisciplinary mediums with a focus on photography.

Jayne H. Baum opened JHB Gallery in 1982 with a strong focus on contemporary art and interdisciplinary practices. JHB Gallery became known in the mid 80s as one of the first galleries in New York dedicated to contemporary photography and experimental image making. In 1984, the gallery moved to Tribeca, expanding its physical size and program, with an exhibition schedule of ten shows per year. JHB Gallery relocated again in 1988 into a larger space in SoHo at 588 Broadway, with a series of exhibitions focusing of the work of contemporary artists using the camera and influenced by media and new technologies. Today, JHB Gallery works with a range of contemporary international artists to curate exhibitions in the West Village space, and across alternative platforms.

Image Captions

  1. Yuki Onodera The World is Not Small - 1826, No. 20, 2012 Archival pigment print on fiber base paper 49.6 x 61.02 inches NN009
  2. John Noestheden Starswoop, 2013 Swarovski diamond crystals, acrylic paint, Arches paper 42 x 30 inches (106.7 x 76.2 cm) Unique JN106
  3. Robert The Book Lobster “Art of the Masters”, 2011 Altered book 12.00 x 8.80 x 1.90 inches Unique RT001
  4. Aki Lumi The Garden No. 9, 2009 Archival pigment print on photo paper 59.06 x 88.58 inches, 150 x 225 cm Edition of 6 AL029
  5. Ellen Carey Self Portrait, 1987 Polaroid 20 x 24 33 x 22 inches Unique EC738
  6. Simone Douglas Ever VIII, 2011/2018 Digital Type C print on metallic paper 34 x 25.5 inches Edition of 6 SID022
  7. Guy Laramée Dedo de Deus (Finger of God), 2019 Carved books, inks, pigments, metal clips 6.5 x 9.25 x 14.5 inches Unique GL122
  8. Nic Nicosia I See Light #4-2, 2009 Archival inkjet print on Somerset watercolor paper 15 x 24 inches (image) 17 x 26 inches (paper) Edition 1 of 3 NN001
  9. Amanda Means Folded and Crushed 4, 2016 Gelatin silver print 40 x 40 inches Unique AM314