Ilon and Company is a consulting firm where art meets commerce.  We specialize in art advising, archiving and editing coupled with current technological solutions.  Established in 1996, we’ve been working with renowned photographers, artists, musicians, directors, magicians, actors, designers, studios, galleries, agents, producers, prop houses, advertising agencies, importers, collections and collectors in New York City and around the world.


From technology solutions to curating exhibitions, to editing stories, to buying and selling fine art prints, we provide fine art consultation. Ilon and Company began as an archival and digital consulting firm, organizing and archiving photographic libraries for renowned photographers. We archive the tangible asset to the digital files. We design custom database solutions in Filemaker (designers certified by Filemaker Pro). For those struggling with digital work flow, we can help. From shooting to scanning we can implement the system that best fits your needs.

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Ladies and Gentleman....The Rolling Stones. Produced in collaboration with the band, Taschen and freelance photo editor, Loni Efron, this book charts the Stones’ remarkable history and outrageously cool lifestyle in around 600 pages of photographs and illustrations, many previously unseen, gathered from archives all over the world. Unprecedented access to the Rolling Stones’ own archives in New York and London adds an equally extraordinary, more private side to the Stones’ story.  Available NOW.



Ilon Art is proud to present the first preview of Harlem Days Harlem Nights with
Feel the Jazz:  Jazz in Photographs
Opening May 7, 2015 6-9PM • 204 West 123rd St
Show runs May 7-June 28
gallery open May 8-May10 from 1-6pm
gallery visits by appointment
please call 917-270-4696
featuring artists:
Harry Benson, William Claxton, Grayson Dantzic, Jerry Dantzic, Deb Feingold, Philippe Halsman, Tad Hershorn, Don Hunstein, Gabe Kirchheimer, Herman Leonard, Ken Regan, Judy Schiller, Sherry Suris, Albert Watson, Alfred Wertheimer
Our third Exhibition, Feel the Jazz, is a collection of Jazz photographs through the decades. From its historic roots starting in te Harlem Renaissance to the transformative era of the 60s and continuing up to the culmination of today, this collection of photographs are by some of this century’s greatest photographers.  The opening of Feel the Jazz will also coincide with the start of a new community initiative Harlem Days Harlem Nights, which will highlight the arts and overall cultural scene of this dynamic neighborhood and the jazz spirit that flourishes in Harlem.  Come, see, feel the Jazz.