Photo Méthode Gallery
March 3 - 31, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by photographers Bob Cornelis, Keith Taylor, C.J. Thompson, Andrew S. Bale, Mariana Bartolomeo, Samantha Vandeman, Lee Bass, Laura Burlton, Melanie Walker, Kent Wisner, Diana Bloomfield, Karen Hymer, Kimberly Schneider, Norm Snyder, Daniel Kuczynski, Denis Roussel, Mary Aiu, Liese Ricketts, and Paul Sisson.
An exhibition of digital photographs by Sally Weber. From the gallery: “Weber converges still life with captures of movement to create a stunning world of deconstruction and...Read More
An exhibition of macro nature photographs by Austin artist David Johndrow.
A show of works by photographer Tami Bone.
An exhibition of photographs by Peter Brown Leighton. The imagery in the show is sourced from found discarded photographs.
A continuation of the series The Sky Looms and The Passed by Nancy Mims. Beheld is comprised of new detailed and intimate views of our world, each presented through...Read More
An exhibition by photographer Hannah Neal. The artist’s portrait photographs capture images of inspirational figures and pay homage to Modernist and Pictorialist processes.
An exhibition of large format photographs by Austin-based artist Christa Blackwood. From the gallery: “her recent series, taken throughout Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah, stages...Read More
An exhibition of photographs taken by Kevin Greenblat on a trip to Louisiana. “As always, Greenblat challenges himself to keep his images sincere and honest in...Read More
A salon exhibition celebrating the 2 year anniversary of Photo Méthode Gallery.
An exhibition of handcrafted prints made in the 1990s by Dan Burkholder through a mixture of traditional darkroom processes and pioneering techniques in the early...Read More
An exhibition of work by photographer Michael Kirchoff featuring images from his An Enduring Grace series created with long expired Polaroid film and Vignette series...Read More
An exhibition featuring the work of two Texas photographers– Amanda Smith’s Pinhole Diaries series and Shelley Wood’s illusory, multiple-exposure images of clouds and landscapes.
As an homage to Pictorialist and Modernist photographers of the early 20th century, Hannah Neal has created portraits of artists, dancers, writers, and musicians using...Read More
Leighton says, “My images aim to be twenty-first century relics with roots in the vernacular past.” That way that some photographs can celebrate/question nostalgia, memory,...Read More
Images from the photographer‘s recent series Blue Alembic and Terrestrials.