July 25, 2017
September 9, 2015 – Louis Mamo & Company, a business solutions firm serving clients for more than 30 years and based in Pompano Beach, Florida with offices in Las Vegas, Nevada, announced today it has entered into an agreement to represent Zanart Design LLC, a licensing and marketing firm whose principals have a long history with some of the world’s leading entertainment properties.
Zanart’s principals, Tom Zotos and Ruben Sklar are currently the producers the fine art exhibit “LIT: A Portrait of Bob Dylan by Lesley Schiff.”
The agreement calls for LMC to establish social media platforms on behalf of the producer for the exhibit as well as assist with publicity, promotion, marketing and advertising.
The exhibit kicks off September 17 in Boston, with a private launch hosted by the Verb Hotel – a recently opened and critically acclaimed rock-n-roll theme hotel in the heart of the city’s Fenway district and TheFenway.com; a hub for everything happening in The Fenway. The exhibit will feature new works never before shown to the public by pioneering artist Lesley Schiff.
Schiff pioneered the art of “painting with light” in 1975 using copiers and eventually laser printers to create stunning abstract paintings. Her work has since been acquired by major art institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, and many other prestigious museums and private collections.
According to Ruben Sklar, executive producer of the show and principal of Zanart, “We are very excited to have Louis Mamo & Company joining our team, along with the partners and sponsors of the exhibit that include the Verb Hotel, TheFenway.com, Canon, Hahnemuhle Paper, VH1’s Save the Music Foundation and Music Drives Us.”
“We are very excited by this agreement,” said Howard Brody, vice president and director of operations, Louis Mamo & Company. “This is the first of what we believe to be many high profile and significant clients we will represent out of our Las Vegas office.”
The exhibit will run from September 18th through October 18th at the Van Ness Building, 1325 Boylston Street in Boston’s Fenway district. A portion of the proceeds from the art work sold will go to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation and Music Drives Us. Both support student music programs in New England.
To learn more about the exhibit, visit http://www.schiff-dylanexhibit.com.
To learn more about Louis Mamo & Company, visit http://www.lmc123nv.com.