Holden Luntz Gallery was founded in 1999 in Palm Beach, Florida. As one of the first galleries specializing in photography in the Southeastern U.S, the gallery’s mission of acquiring and presenting the work of significant photographers whose work has either defined or is expanding the parameters of photography. The gallery presents a varied aesthetic range from portraiture to alternative photography to wet collodion process to sublimated aluminum prints. Exhibitions range from classical photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Brassaï, André Kertész, Berenice Abbott, Horst P. Horst, and Edward Weston to contemporary photographers like Harry Benson, Massimo Listri, David Yarrow, Stephen Wilkes, Karen Knorr, and Garry Fabian Miller.

Holden Luntz Gallery is a member of both the
ADAA (Art Dealers Association of America) and AIPAD
(Association of International Photography Art Dealers.)

Holden Luntz is the principal of Holden Luntz Gallery. After graduating with an MFA degree from New York University, he opened his first art gallery in his early twenties, traveling between NYC and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Later, Holden moved to Palm Beach in 1981 to become the director of Irving Galleries, the leading gallery in the South East, exhibiting important painting and sculpture. Holden brought a photographic component to the gallery, and the gallery had many significant photography-based exhibitions until he left in 1991 to form his own gallery. For over 40 years as a gallerist and with a broad range of knowledge spanning the medium’s history, from its earliest masters to contemporary trends, Holden Luntz has curated, exhibited, acquired, and sold vintage and contemporary photography. Holden Luntz has written, contributed to books, films, and published articles about photography, been involved as a benefactor in fine art organizations, and has helped build photography collections for museums, corporations, and private individuals.