October 8 - December 31, 2020
A solo exhibition of photography by Bogdan Mihai.
From the gallery:
“Inheritance Photography Series chronicles the decayed state of the thermal bath resort in Herculane, Romania. Discovered by the Romans, the healing springs were later gentrified by the Austro-Hungarian Empire into one of the most beautiful spas in Europe. After decades of neglect and corrupt mismanagement, the once majestic architecture is crumbling back into the forest.
Bogdan Mihai, born and raised in communist Romania purchased his first camera in 1989. After the revolution, the fledgling free press created many opportunities in radio and television. Bogdan worked his way from radio, to television doing everything from voice-overs, reporting, editing and ultimately producing. His first photo/video exhibit in 2005 was entitled “Memories from Sri Lanka” and documented his own survival story during the 2004 tsunami in that country. Bogdan worked in Romanian Television industry until 2006 when he left to do video and photography work in The Emirates, New Zealand, California and Russia. Bogdan eventually settled in Houston, Texas and dedicated himself full-time to freelancing in support of his photography and film work. In 2016 he published his first photography book, “Road Trip: Romania”. This compilation of portraits, landscapes and cityscapes that compares urban life in Bucharest to that of the countryside, which is largely untouched by technology and modernism.
Bogdan Mihai has exhibited in Romania, Argentina, Switzerland, Hungary, and the USA.”
Reception: October 8, 2020 | 6:30–8 pm
2000 Woodlands Parkway The Woodlands, TX 77380
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