Catherine Couturier Gallery
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An exhibition of three bodies of work by Jennifer Schlesinger. This show explores the ideas of utopias, mysteries of the unknown, and the lineage of objects.
An exhibition of calotypes by artist David Scheinbaum.
An exhibition of the newest photography and assemblage work by artist Lori Vrba–a photographic narrative with themes of memory, loss, providence and revival.
An exhibition featuring new cameraless tintypes by artist S. Gayle Stevens responding to natural habitat loss, including a large installation of bee photograms.
An exhibition of photographs by Croatian artist Stanko Abadzic, recalling a kind of human connection that is all too rare in our age of electronic...Read More
Three new bodies of work by artist Rachel Phillips–From Time to Time, Divinations, and Fixed– play with time, history and personality.
New photographs inspired by Tonalist paintings of Edward Steichen, George Inness and Sergei Rachmaninov, from the Houston-based artist.
American photographer Elkort took his first professional photograph at the age of 10 years old and captured images of the the post-Depression era.
Vrba presents two series: Drunken Poet’s Dream and her newest body of work, Assemblage. In conjunction with Fotofest 2014
Photographs of the Nordic wilds of Iceland.
An annual group exhibition with a variety of artists, prices ranges, styles, and photographic mediums
Doisneau photographed Parisian life in the twentieth century.
Houston based artist Libbie J. Masterson joins Catherine Couturier Gallery (formerly John Cleary Gallery) for the debut of her new series, Water’s Edge (Mizugiwa). In...Read More
19th cenutury romanticism with 21st century photographic techniques.
Following the success of her 2010 joint showing with husband/photographer Jerry Uelsmann, Maggie Taylor returns to Catherine Couturier Gallery (formerly John Cleary Gallery) for another...Read More
Shikama has now aimed his lens stateside, this time focusing on Yosemite National Park, the Pacific Northwest and the urban forests of New York’s Central...Read More
30 black and white street photographs out of the over 100,000 taken by a Chicago nanny, many never processed.