Ilon and Company is a art advisory and 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 and now has become full service art advisory.  We help monetize the archive, create a strong market for your fine art works.  We archive the tangible asset to the digital files. We design custom database solutions in Filemaker (designers certified by Filemaker Pro). We setup digital work flow, from shooting to scanning we can implement the system that best fits your needs.

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© Annie Leibovitz

© David LaChapelle

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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.


Harlem:  Life in Pictures
October 22, 2015 thru January 8, 2016
Featuring Artists:  Aaron Siskind, Art Kane, Deborah Feingold, Don Hunstein, Ed Keating, 
Flo Fox, Grayson Dantzic, Harry Benson, Ivory Serra, James Van Der Zee (Howard Greenberg Gallery), Ken Regan, Larry Fink, Len Speier, Morris Engel, Philip Trager and Sandra Rauch.
This show explores Harlem through the decades from the turn of the century to today. Its about Harlem and the people that make Harlem the legendary Harlem.

Photo by Don Hunstein, East Harlem