Aker Imaging Gallery
December 9 - January 6, 2017
A show of works by Jay Ferranti. In the midst of dealing with his father's illness, Ferranti began creating a digital portrait each day as a means of coping. Viewed as a whole, the portraits "show the ups and downs of life we each experience."
An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Kristy Peet. The works in the show combine gilding and landscape photography to create images that “transcend the world...Read More
An exhibition of works by Leslie Fenn that examine the transformation of Cottage Grove, a Houston neighborhood near White Oak Bayou. In her images, Fenn captures ” feelings of...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Joe Aker, Julie Brook Alexander, Fikry Botros, Marti Corn, Vladimir Frumin, Martin Gremm, Rashed Haq, Martin Holmes, Rocky Kneten, Geoffrey Koslov, Len Kowitz, Galina Kurlat, Nathan Lindstrom, Mike Marvins, Alan Montgomery, Alexandra Nemeth, Susana O’Docharty, Donna E Perkins, Laszlo...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Gary Watson exploring “the environment of the human heart and the challenge of sustaining humanity and compassion in a time of...Read More
An exhibition of two bodies of work by Russian artist Vladimir Frumin. His work drawn on the experience of his transition from life in Russia to...Read More
An exhibition of work by Lou Vest. Vest’s works are about the relationship between light and water through the capturing of reflections.
An exhibition featuring the collaborative work of Elizabeth Kleinveld & Epaul Julien. The pieces reimagine historical pieces in an attempt to “shock the viewer into questioning their...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Will Michels. Primarily influenced by the form of the classical bust, Michels has been creating portraits that resemble the heroic marble...Read More
An exhibition of work of Houston-based photographic artist Rashed Haq exploring the remnants of man’s past through photos of working tools and everyday scenes of...Read More
A show featuring a series of black and white photographs by Brandon Thibodeaux reflecting life today in the Mississippi Delta.
A show of photographic works by Galina Kurlat made through experimental manipulation of Polaroid positive/negative, black and white film.
Peacock’s new work includes images of the artist and her sister, as well as objects and environments from their shared experiences throughout the years. The...Read More