Houston Center for Photography
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.
An exhibition of works from photographers across the state. This exhibition is co-presented with FotoFest and is curated by Catherine Anspon.
Houston Center for Photography’s 33rd Annual Juried Membership Exhibition features works by 37 artists selected by juror Russell Lord, Curator of Photographs at the New...Read More
An exhibition of Amy Elkins’ series capturing the experiences, objects, correspondences, and recollections of death row inmates.
An exhibition of photographer Vladimir Frumin’s documents of the daily lives of those in poverty and forgotten.
An exhibition of HCP Fellowship Recipient Ben Altman’s images of war memorial visitors.
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...Read More
Loosely based on Buddhist mandalas, Bill Armstrong has photographed collages, de-focusing to create colorful, pulsing abstractions.
A series of abstract, three-dimensional images of natural forms by photographer Ryan Bush.
An exhibition examining the ways in which science and medicine have benefited from photography, and how photography has actually influenced their progress.
Three artists undertook three different challenges, creating photographs that explore the classic American road trip. Curated by HCP Programs Coordinator Caroline Docwra. Artist talks during...Read More
This show builds upon last year’s competition, Critical Mass, which brought together over 200 curators, publishers, and other professionals to critique works by 200 photographers....Read More
The Collaborations program teaches students from Houston-area high schools how to create an exhibition from start to finish. This year features works from 29 students...Read More
Anderson-Staley’s series features images created using wet plate collodion.
Myers’ fascination with star systems began when she read through Carl Sagan’s book Cosmos.
The Lens Capsule is an artist run temporary exhibition space situated within a moving truck. Its mission is to serve emerging Texas photographers and lens-based artist through...Read More
Have you always thought about starting a photography collection but don’t know where or how to begin? A collectors panel will pick the brains of...Read More
January 30 – Collector’s Panel Discussion 5:30-7PM. February 10 – Tour of the Exhibition, 6PM. February 12 – 2014 HCP Print Auction, 6PM.
A panel discussion about how the ways we see food are shifting due to emerging technology, new media and industry trends. Moderated by Teresa Byrne-Dodge,...Read More
Natalie Zelt curates 11 artists who focus on food and its impact on society. Photographers include Corey Arnold, Jonathan Blaustein, Christin Boggs, Damaris Booth, Nolan...Read More
This year’s exhibition annual exhibition of selected works made by HCP’s students from the past year is juried by Allison Pappas, Museum of Fine Arts Houston...Read More
A former LIFE Magazine photographer, Bob Gomel was raised in New York City, where he earned a journalism degree from NYU. After serving four years...Read More
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...Read More
Houston Center for Photography presents HCP Juried Membership Exhibition. This year the work was juried by Milwaukee Art Museum curator Lisa Sutcliffe. 35 artists were...Read More
HCP presents four new exhibitions featuring a variety of artists from high schoolers to nationally known photographers. Lauren Marsolier (Los Angeles, CA) and Anne Marie...Read More
Curious perspectives of gardens and botanical material, both natural and manicured. Featuring the work of Lynn Geesaman, Judy Haberl, David Robinson, Brad Temkin, Ruud van...Read More
An exhibition of work created by patients in PictureThis!, HCP’s outreach program at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers.