Houston Center for Photography

Houston Center for Photography


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re/thinking photography: Conceptual Photography from Texas

Houston Center for Photography

October 27 - December 3, 2017

re/thinking photography is an exhibition featuring works by Texas artists creating photographic works. The show is the seventh exhibition in the Texas Series, a biennial survey of Texas artists initiated by FotoFest in 2004, and co-produced with HCP since 2009. (re/thinking photography is split between the two venues).The show features works by: Bennie Flores Ansell (Houston); Kalee Appleton (Dallas); Drew Bacon (Houston); Rabéa Ballin (Houston); Rachel Cox (Dallas); Joe Harjo (San Antonio); Rosine Kouamen (Houston); Peter Leighton (Austin); MANUAL [Suzanne Bloom & Ed Hill] (Houston); Mark Menjivar (San Antonio); Bucky Miller (Austin); Emily Peacock (Houston); Molly Shigemoto (Dallas); Sherwin Rivera Tibayan (Austin); Kevin Todora (Dallas); and Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin (Houston).


Magical Realism in Photography

Magic Realism originally referred to the post-expressionist painters of the Weimer Republic, and is best known as describing the writers of Latin America like Gabriel...

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Pelle Cass: Selected People

Composite images that begin with the artist’s camera on a tripod, taking hundreds of images of the same scene as countless people pass by. Then,...

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Adrian Fernandez: Life Style

Up-and-coming artist Fernandez’s first solo exhibition in the US aims to decipher some of the elements that make up the material and personal universe of...

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Learning Curve 5

Learning Curve is an annual exhibition of selected work made by HCP´s students from the past year, juried by Natalie Zelt, photography curatorial assistant for...

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An Evening with Joan Morgenstern

Photography collector and generous museum donor Joan Morgenstern will talk about her collection and answer questions with short reception afterwards. In conjunction with the MFAH’s...

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Lorna Bieber- Images: Lost and Found

Working with appropriated images, Bieber exhibits three 9 x 20 foot installations in her exhibition Images: Lost and Found at Houston Center for Photography creating...

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HCP and Buffalo Bayou Partnership hosts the 6th annual SPIN party, SPIN ON SUMMER at Houston Center for Photography on Friday, August 27 from 8-11...

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28th Annual Juried Membership Exhibition

Houston Center for Photography showcases their 28th Annual Juried Membership Exhibition which highlights photographs of HCP’s national and international members. This year the exhibition is...

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Prime Years

HCP presents Prime Years, an exhibition about aging curated by HCP Exhibitions Committee member Fernando Castro R. Yawn…

Artist as Performer

"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,...

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Shai Kremer: Infected Landscape

"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...

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Human Nature

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...

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2009 Auction Exhibition

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...

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Sage Sohier: Perfectible Worlds

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...

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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...

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Moments In Time

Includes photographs by Magnum Photos co-op members Steve McCurry, Robert Capa, Josef Koudelka, Inge Morath, Philippe Halsman, Elliott Erwitt, and Martine Franck.

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