From The Metropolitan Musem of Art
On Monday, July 10, 2017, Tom Zoufaly and his team from Art Installation Design installed Cristóbal de Villalpando's earliest masterpiece, a monumental painting showing two scenes—Moses and the brazen serpent, and the Transfiguration of Jesus—in an unprecedented juxtaposition of these Old and New Testament subjects. Painted in 1683 for a chapel in Puebla Cathedral and newly conserved, the 28-foot-tall painting has never before been exhibited outside its place of origin in Puebla, Mexico.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art article
From The New York Times, "Picasso's Stage Curtain is Unfurled At Its New Home"
On Sunday, May 17, 2015, in an hourslong operation of practiced precision, “Le Tricorne,” a stage curtain painted by the Spanish master, arrived in its new home, shepherded by a team of art handlers.
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New York Times article
From The New York Times, "Rolling a Picasso"
On Sunday, September 7, 2014, Pablo Picasso's "Le Tricorne" tapestry was removed from the Seagram Building by Tom Zoufaly and his team from Art Installation Design. The 19-by-20 foot stage curtain painted by Pablo Picasso had been on display for 55 years.
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New York Times article & video
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The New York Landmarks Conservancy
Gustav Klimt's gilded masterpiece, the Portrait of Adele is currently on display at the Neue Galerie. The historic painting set a world record at auction and has the distinction of being the world's most expensive painting. Tom Zoufaly and his team from Art Installation Design, orchestrated the entire venture, including its transportation across the country, bullet proof glass security and installation of this masterpiece at the Neue Galerie.
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CBS Evening News
Art Installation Design has expanded its personnel base by hiring Steve Lebron to manage the company. In addition, Jerry Rivera has accepted the position of Director, and together with Steve, we look forward to a strong 2014 and beyond. We are proud to welcome Steve into the company, reuniting four of the original men from Lebron Brothers: Mike Lebron, Steve Lebron, Jerry Rivera and Tom Zoufaly, a journey that started thirty years ago.
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