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Title - Untitled

Artist -
Popel Coumou

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Title - Untitled

Artist -
Popel Coumou

Size -
8,3 x 12,3 in. (21 x 31 cm)

Medium -
C-print and paper on lightbox

Year -

Edition -
Edition of 5

About the artist

Popel Coumou is a Dutch photographer who's work has been shown and collected by Gemeente Huis Den Haag, Het Domein, Foam, Huis Marseille, Statoil, the Dutch Ministry and AMC. Her work has been recognized through such prices as the Foam Talent, Mercure Cultuur price, won the Gewinn Hyères Photography competition and nominated for the Paul Huf Award.

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LMAK Projects

"LMAKprojects was founded by Louky Keijsers Koning in 2005 and Bart Keijsers Koning joined as co-owner in 2009. The gallery's primary interest lies in the commitment to the artist's process and dedication to their thoughts and production. LMAKprojects works with artists who have proven to sustain continuity in their visual expression without being repetitive. The gallery strives to introduce collectors to new horizons through visual, sound, or conceptual experience, as well as opening communication to develop a relation between the viewer and the art. LMAKprojects is known for its exhibitions with international allure and focusing on interdisciplinary practices.

LMAKprojects began operation in two New York spaces, Chelsea and Williamsburg, however, in October of 2008 it relocated to the Lower East Side (LES). The ground floor space features two levels with the first floor being solely dedicated to exhibitions, and the downstairs lower level for an office and private viewing. The new location allows for a focused program and an accessible neighborhood to welcome collectors. The gallery presents works in all media, ranging from drawing, painting, photography, video/film, and sculpture by artists from all over the world.

Artistsʼ works have been acquired through LMAKprojects by such institutions as Public Library of New York; Museo del Barrio, New York; Contemporary Museum of Photography, Chicago; Guggenheim, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Philbrook Museum, Tulsa OK; Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, France and San Fransisco, US; Rhode Island Museum of Art, RI; Minneapolis Institute of Art, MN.

The gallery has been reviewed in such publications as the New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, The Village Voice, the Washington Post, Modern Painters, Interview Magazine among others. "