Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery
February 18 - April 15, 2017
An exhibition of photographs documenting the people and landscapes of America's Deep South. Artists featured in the show include Keith Carter, Ferne Koch, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Clarence John Laughlin, Danny Lyons, Birney Imes, Brandon Thibodeaux, Jack Delano, Shelby Lee Adams, Peter Brown, and William Christenberry.
February 18 - April 15, 2017
An exhibition featuring Jeanine Michna-Bales' photographs documenting the Underground Railroad.
2008 Houston FotoFest exhibitor Wu Jialin is back with his first solo U.S. gallery show. "Since 1968 Mr. Wu, with his Chinese government issued cameras,...Read More
Keith Carter is easily the most celebrated artist in Texas this year, being awarded both the Texas Medal of Arts and honored as Art League...Read More
Owens first began photographing the "peculiar aspects" of everyday life in the early ’70s, which were featured in his series and book Suburbia. His current...Read More
Spanning 70 years of Albok‘s career, this survey exhibit was curated by PDNB Director Burt Finger and the artist’s daughter, Ilona Albok Vitarius. Also on...Read More
This is a seriously exciting show for all you photophiles out there!! Formalists will enjoy work by Milan Fano Blatny, Igor Malijevsky, and Vojtech V....Read More
PDNB’s new group ehxibit explores what home means to different people, and features in part work from Misty Keasler‘s Guatamala City Dump series (pictured); Tom...Read More
Three gallery curators each selected seven photos for this exhibit, adding up to Twenty-One total works. Photographers include Houston artist John Herrin (shown), Mario Algaze,...Read More
Joseph Sudek-like photographs by Czech artist and writer Malijevsky.
Who says artwork has to be hung on gallery walls? Parallax, the "official" fine art photography club of UNT, will be presenting work inside two...Read More
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy-esque mid-century photographs by Carlotta Corpron, Ida Lansky and Barbara Maples.
As cuddly as a cactus, as charming as an eel.
Costumes and kids are welcome! O
Co-sponsored by the Dallas Goethe Center, Zurborn presents color photographs from his new series, Drift, that abstract pieces of the cityscape into almost Eggleston-like images....Read More
Taking the title from a Mexican novella, Mirada de Mujer, includes: Mariana Yampolsky, Flor Gardu
Another SA lady presenting a spectacular installation! Read more about in the Dallas Observer.
Since the famous Kerouac book, On the Road artists have been influenced by the imagery of the road. PDNB compile a group of photographers relating...Read More
Keasler's Love Hotels explore the strange, kinky rooms of sex hotels in Japan. Come and celebrate the release of her first monograph published by Chronicle...Read More
Krause shows his new Sfumato portraits, which have the light source coming in at the back of the head, producing a strange effect.