Jayne H. Baum Gallery

Contemporary art across interdisciplinary mediums with a focus on photography.

Founded by Jayne H. Baum in 1982, JHB Gallery has maintained a strong focus on photographic and inter-disciplinary art practices. Through a series of early, influential exhibitions, the gallery helped articulate a position for contemporary photography in downtown New York.

Growing from a small midtown gallery to a large exhibition space in SoHo in the mid 1980s, for over ten years, the gallery, today, functions as a private exhibition viewing space in the West Village, New York and continues to represent a selection of artists working across all creative mediums.

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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