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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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The Shape of Things

October 10th, 2019 – October 28th, 2019
Pleiades Gallery
New York City, NY

The Shape of Things

The Shape of ThingsByJoseph O'Neill As photographers, we are taught that for a photograph to have an impact upon the viewer, it must tell a story: that a photograph is worth a thousand words. I do not believe this statement to be true. Abstract photography is not about...

Geoff Delanoy: Recent Works

October 03rd, 2019 – November 04th, 2019
Frostburg, MD

Geoff Delanoy: Recent Works

Join us Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, from 7–9 PM for the opening reception for Geoff Delanoy: Recent Works. Delanoy's new project Rise and Fall features coastal forest diebacks, known as ghost forests, from Southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore. His photos document the impact of...

La Frontera de Cristal

October 11th, 2019 – November 23rd, 2019
Colorado Photographic Arts Center
Denver, CO

La Frontera de Cristal

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center presents La Frontera de Cristal (The Crystal Frontier) an exhibit highlighting three contemporary photographers' views of the border separating Mexico and the United States. Please join us for a free opening reception on Friday, Oct. 11 (6-9 pm). In her series...

Liena Vayzman: Gaps & Fills

September 09th, 2019 – November 26th, 2019
State University of New York, Westchester Community College, Center for the Digital Arts,
Peekskill , NY

Liena Vayzman: Gaps & Fills

The exhibition Gaps and Fills is comprised of panoramic photographs of natural landscapes interrupted by computer glitches, gaps and "loss". The photographer's point of view shifts so that they do not give a unified or singular authoritative viewpoint. Vayzman exploits the digital decays and pixel...

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