Texas Tech University SRO Photo Gallery

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Stephen Marc

“Stephen Marc is a Professor of Art at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. His current documentary work is...

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Min Kim Park: Label Green

“Min Kim Park is an Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts (Photography) at the Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts...

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Betty Press: Finding Mississippi

Betty Press focuses on recording “real life” in small communities throughout Mississippi with black and white film. Her project is partially funded with a 2013...

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Libby Rowe: Like Panes of Glass

Libby Rowe is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Like Panes of Glass explores the memorial construct of...

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Meg Griffiths: Casa de Fruta y Pan

“Meg Griffiths is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography/Area Head at Washington and Lee University. Her photographs deal with domestic, economic, and cultural relationships in...

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Eric Kunsman: Thou Art…, Will Give…

A show of works by Rochester Institute of Technology instructor Eric Kunsman. The exhibition combines photographs of the now-defunct Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia with text from the...

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Andrew K. Thompson: Cut, Punctured, Manipulated

“In Cut, Punctured, Manipulated, Andrew K. Thompson willingly embraces photographic flaws and imperfections. The artist challenges traditional photographic ideals by chemically altering prints using silver...

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Rick Rembisz: Both Sides

This exhibition presents Rick Rembisz’s photographs of participants in the WWII Veterans Weekend in Waxahachie, Texas.

Haley Morris-Cafiero: Wait Watchers

An exhibition of works by Memphis-based artist Haley Morris-Cafiero. The photographs in the show are self-portraits that are meant to capture the faces of passers-by.

David Pace: Sur La Route

A photography exhibition by David Pace. The show features photographs taken in Bereba, Burkina Faso that capture the artist’s neighbors as they return home after a day...

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Leslie Hall Brown: Cirque du Psyche

An exhibition of photographs by Leslie Hall Brown that recall traveling circuses and freak shows. The images come partly from Brown’s two interests—she is both a...

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Jason Demarte: Confected

An exhibition of works by photographer Jason Demarte. His work blends images from the natural world with objects of daily consumption.

Tom Kiefer: El Sueño Americano Project

An exhibition featuring photographs of objects confiscated by US Border Patrol. “n this series, banal personal effects become representative of precious belongings chosen for a...

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Corey Escoto: Screen Play

Escoto creates 8×10 “polaroid” works that are exposed multiple times to create layered images. This exhibition draws largely from Hollywood film clichés that refer to societal tropes.

Paul Plunket: Photographs

Plunket’s series, The Grassy Knoll – Dealey Plaza, documents visitors trying to understand what exactly happened when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.

Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces

Drolen’s prim, square, black and white prints skirt the edges of the grotesque confronting the opposing forces of desire and shame in connection to body...

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Linda Adele Goodine: Gibson Lemon

Photographs investigate nature as “continuously manipulated for display and consumption”, refashioning the material world through the metaphor of sustainable farming. Goodine produced the series during...

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Daniel Kukla: Captive Landscapes

Photographs of the interior of  animals’ living quarters taken from eight zoos across the U.S. and Europe examine the conflicts inherent to keeping wild animals...

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Kelly Urquhart and Jaime Kennedy

Urquhart and Kennedy collaboratively investigate the dichotomy between natural and human systems. Blending drawing, painting, sculpture, and digital photography the artists print out digital images...

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