Houston Center for Photography

Houston Center for Photography

http://www.hcponline.org

(713) 529-4755

1441 West Alabama Street

Houston, TX 77006

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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).



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The Darkroom Social

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PictureThis!

An exhibition of photographs created by participants in HCP’s community education program.

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An exhibition featuring artists who “use the photogram as a starting point to pursue aesthetic and philosophical questions.” Featuring works by Hernease Davis, Adam Fuss, Tere...

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HPC Family Day

A day of family activities. There will be scavenger hunts, Ojo weaving, a photobooth, and more!

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Photographer Tabitha Soren will speak about her current projects. Her work will be on view in the Kopeikin Gallery booth at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair.

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An exhibition of works by Jisun Choi, Sarah Hobbs, John William Keedy and Jennifer Thoreson. These artists photograph constructed environments that attempt to reflect certain states...

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The 8th annual exhibition of selected work made by HCP students over the past year, juried by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital...

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A series of abstract, three-dimensional images of natural forms by photographer Ryan Bush.

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