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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Collaborations XIV: The Nature of Technology

Houston Center for Photography

May 12 - July 2, 2017

HCP’s Collaborations is an Access and Community Education program that celebrates photography and encourages cooperation and teamwork between Houston-area high school students as they create an exhibition from beginning to end. This year's program includes 18 students from 12 Houston-area high schools.

Jan Rattia: 2017 Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship Recipient

Houston Center for Photography

May 12 - July 2, 2017

A show of works by Houston-based photographer Jan Rattia. The artist on his recent body of work: "On and off since 2011, I've been traveling around the US to photograph members of a singular and largely misunderstood fraternity: male strippers. In my images, I try to go beyond what most people would expect and/or know of men in the profession."

Louviere + Vanessa: Resonantia

Houston Center for Photography

May 12 - July 2, 2017

A show of works based on the interaction of sight and sound



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Collaborations XIV: The Nature of Technology

HCP’s Collaborations is an Access and Community Education program that celebrates photography and encourages cooperation and teamwork between Houston-area high school students as they create...

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The Darkroom Social

The Darkroom Social is a bi-annual event bringing together photography, local music, and the community. This event celebrates HCP’s current exhibition, Her Feet Planted Firmly...

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PictureThis!

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

Her Feet Planted Firmly on the Ground

A show of photographs that use traditional techniques to reinterpret the genre of landscape photography. Artists in the exhibition include Ellie Davies, Susi Brister, Christa Blackwood,...

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The Surface of Things

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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2016 Juried Membership Exhibition

HCP’s annual juried membership exhibition. This year’s show features 40 artists and was juried by Yasufumi Nakamori, Department Head and Curator of Photography and New Media...

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In the Wake

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),...

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HPC Family Day

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

Artist Talk: Tabitha Soren

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.

Somewhere in the Balance

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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HCP Juried Membership Exhibition

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...

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Ben Altman: Site/Sight

An exhibition of HCP Fellowship Recipient Ben Altman’s images of war memorial visitors.

Learning Curve

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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Bill Armstrong : Buddha & Mandala

Loosely based on Buddhist mandalas, Bill Armstrong has photographed collages, de-focusing to create  colorful, pulsing abstractions.

Ryan Bush: Visions

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

Collaborations: Deceiving Reality

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...

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