Houston Center for Photography
March 4 - May 8, 2016
An exhibition of works that examine the relationship between humans and water. The show features photographs by Daniel Beltra (Seattle, WA), Bigert & Bergström (Stockholm, Sweden), Caleb Cain Marcus (New York, NY), Leah Dyjak (Austin, TX), Lori Hepner (Pittsburgh, PA), Constance Hockaday (Oakland, CA), Anaïs Tondeur (Paris, France), and Ian van Coller (Bozeman, MT).
"Inspired by the era of YouTube, the exhibition Artist as Performer features artists performing in front of the camera. Employing photography, video, and video installation,...Read More
"HCP’s annual showcase of recent photographic work by its members presents a wide spectrum of approaches to image-making." From over 200 entrants, juror Katherine Ware,...Read More
"In a diverse array of exhibitions covering issues such as poverty, national boundaries, health, and explorations of the human condition, Houston Center for Photography presents...Read More
Human Nature explores the current state of humans vs. nature. Are you living for success, or excess? In conjunction with this exhibit, HCP will present...Read More
HCP presents a two-person exhibition that "addresses the perception of femininity in contemporary American culture." Texas photographer O. Rufus Lovett photographs the Kilgore Rangerettes, while...Read More
Check out more than 70 works that have been donated to HCP’s annual auction beore they’re all sold! Included in this year’s selection are works...Read More
Curated by Austinites Arturo Palacios, founder and director of Art Palace, and Risa Puleo, Assistant Curator of American and Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum...Read More
HCP kicks off their fall season with three exciting shows: Sage Sohier’s Perfectible Worlds, 2008 Fellowship recipient Mike Osborne’s On Location: Beijing, and Learning Curve...Read More
Dr. Alison Nordström juried this annual members exhibit, selecting work by 30 artists from a group of over 200. As the Dr. puts it, “…photography...Read More
Magsamen & Hillerbrand, the Houston-based collaborative husband-wife team, are the recipients of the Carol Crow Memorial Fund Fellowship award, for which they received $2000 and...Read More
Also featured will be Collaborations V, with work by students participating in HCP’s high school outreach program, now in it’s fifth year.
In conjunction with FotoFest, HCP offers up Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao’s project Habitat 7, Susan Meiselas and Orville Schell’s exhibition Mined in China, and the group...Read More
Includes photographs by Magnum Photos co-op members Steve McCurry, Robert Capa, Josef Koudelka, Inge Morath, Philippe Halsman, Elliott Erwitt, and Martine Franck.
The Sanchez Brothers create images use mise-en-sc
Houston duo Grinstead and O
McCaw has produced photographs that are geeky and inspired. With a hand-built camera and fiber-based gelatin silver paper, he developed images on the delicate negative,...Read More
Snelling's installation uses found footage from film noir and other genres, along with original footage. In the middle gallery at HCP, a darkened room holds...Read More
Anne Katrine Senstad photographs behavioral patterns of light sources and creates large-scale photographic murals with these abstact images. Minimal in intent, the atmospheric Plexiglas sheets...Read More
This year's fellowship series was juried by HCP founding member and CAM curator, Lynn Herbert. And the award goes to…Houston artist, Colin Zelt and Brooklyn...Read More
Juror Anne Wilkes Tucker, Curator of Photography at the MFAH and founding HCP member chose 43 artists from a pool of over 204 regional, national...Read More
Includes: Mary Magsamen and Stephan Hillerbrand, John Sparagana, Peter Kennard and Cat Picton Phillipps, Janet Biggs, Matthew Noel-Tod, Ken Fandell, Todd Gray, Juliane Eirich, Anne...Read More
6-Pack includes six emerging photographers: Adrian Aguirre, Benjamin Alcantara, Dante Busquets, Enrique Greenwell, Omar Gamez and Victor Mendiola from Mexico City. Read our recent review!