Texas Tech University SRO Photo Gallery
18th Street And Flint Avenue
Lubbock, TX 79409
November 10 - December 6, 2015
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 journey that is dangerous and unsuccessful for many."
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.
Via Landmark Arts SRO Photo Gallery: Rachel Rushing’s work “captures a particular locale and explores the relationship between its naturally occurring and man-made features.”
An exhibition of works by Janet Pritchard that focus on the intersection of cultural history and the American landscape of Yellowstone.
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.
Ferrotype photographs created using pieces of recycled aluminum cans.
Female hunters photographed in each woman’s home or hunting lodge with a large-format 4×5 camera.
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...Read More
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...Read More
Edited and layered images based on Saunders’ recent travels in Europe and China.
Harold explores the world of his son, in an effort to maintain a father-son relationship after divorce using cheap, toy cameras. The inherent flaws in...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Riley’s digital photographs of contemporary household items, as if they were 17th Century Dutch still lives.