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July 9 - August 29, 2015

An exhibition about representation, sexual orientation, gender identity expression, and society featuring photographic works focused on LGBTQ communities by nine international artists Zackary Drucker & Rhys Ernst, Sunil Gupta, Lindsay Morris, Frédéric Nauczyciel, Irina Popova, Anna Charlotte Schmid, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and Charan Singh.


FotoFest: SENSOR

A new exhibition of works from an international mix of artists and activists exploring the issues around the growing use of drones for intelligence gathering, […]

FotoFest: International Discoveries V

A wide range of new photographic work from around the globe by Khaled Akil (Syria), Chris Bartlett (USA), Pedro David (Brazil), Roberto Fernandez Ibanez (Uruguay), […]

Collectors Eye: The Maloney Collection

The collection of James Edward Maloney contains a number of readily apparent themes: modern masters, Czech photography, street photography, and a number of individual artists […]

Collector's Eye: The Maloney Collection

The collection of James Edward Maloney features a wide range of museum-quality photography, from the classical and avant-garde to the contemporary.

FotoFest 2014 Bike Scramble

Experience the Biennial, and Springtime in Houston in a whole new way. Join the rides and visit photography exhibitions at FotoFest and Participating Spaces. Start Location: FotoFest […]

Moving/Still: Recent Photographs by Texas Artists

FotoFest and Houston Center for Photography continue their ongoing collaboration with the exhibition Moving/Still: Recent Photographs by Texas Artists, the fifth installment of the FotoFest […]

FotoFence 2013

Houston Students Share their Stories, Struggles and Hopes in Images, Videos and Student Performances FotoFence 2013 is the public display of student work produced by […]

International Discoveries IV

Thirteen artists from around the globe are featured in an exhibition celebrating an international network of non-profit events, like FotoFest, that are connecting artists to […]

The Collector's Eye: The Collection of Frazier King

The Collector’s Eye is an ongoing exhibition series highlighting the photographic collections of Houston personalities. The 2012 Collector’s Eye exhibition is the second in the […]

FotoFence 2012

FotoFest’s student exhibition highlighting student work created through the Literacy Through Photography program. Houston area schools present photographs, writing, collages, digital video projections and sculptures

FabriFaction 2012: An ekphrastic poetry reading

Poets reading works inspired by Fotofest’s Russian Photography exhibit. Poetry by Kool B, Becky Van Meter, André DeKorvin, Robin Davidson and Marcell Murphy. Musical Performances […]

Fotofest: International Discoveries III

11 artists discovered by FotoFest’s curators at photography events across the world, including Julia Curtin (U.K.), Oleg Videnin (Russia), Ryu Tae Yeol (Korea), Liliana Molero […]

FotoFence 2011

As part of the Texas Biennial 2011, FotoFest presents the work of over 1,000 Houston area students in its annual celebration of student artwork, photography, […]

A Matter of Wit: Gilbert Garcin, Miro

FotoFest kicks off its 2011 season with an international triad of artists featuring photographic works by Gilbert Garcin, Miro Švolík, and Colin Blakely. A Matter […]

The Collector

The Collector’s Eye: Peers features the work of 39 artists from Latin America, Europe and the United States at Fotofest. The exhibition is comprised of […]

Whatever Was Splendid: New American Photographs

The FotoFest 2010 Biennial marks the thirteenth international celebration of photography and photo-related art. FotoFest presents this year’s theme as U.S. Contemporary Photography and has […]

International Discoveries II

Celebrating "the beauty of the still image," FotoFest presents work by photographers from China, Mexico, Japan, Canada, England, and France. Photographers included in the exhibit are […]


POKE! features "technologically savvy artists who explore online social media and its evolving relationship with the public, the media, and art." On Saturday, Sept. 12 […]

Viewfinder: New Images by Texas Artists

Curated by Austinites Arturo Palacios of Art Palace, and Risa Puleo, Assistant Curator at the Blanton Museum, Viewfinder features work by 15 artists from all […]

Mechanical Perception

Mechanical Perception is curated by Stephan Hillerbrand, U of H asst. prof and artist (check out his current show at Lawndale); Toby Kamps, Senior Curator […]

Photography from China 1934-2008

China is the focus of FotoFest 2008 – The Twelfth International Biennial of Photography and Photo-Related Work. Ten official exhibitions are packed with everything from […]

International Discoveries

Come out and see Fotofest has discovered out in the world! Includes Roberto Fernandez Ibanez from Uruguay, Jesus Jimenez from Mexico/London, Ranea Diego and Alessandra […]

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