Liz Hickok


Sara Terry


Dona Schwartz



FotoFest announces the theme, dates and curators for the upcoming and thirteenth FotoFest Biennial, the longest running and most acclaimed photography biennial in the United States. Five curators are invited to put together the exhibition program, which focuses on Contemporary U.S. Photography. The upcoming Biennial takes place March 12 through April 25, 2010 in Houston, Texas. The five curators who will put together the principal exhibitions of contemporary U.S. photography for the FotoFest 2010 Biennial are:


Charlotte Cotton, Senior Curator of Photography
Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Edward Robinson, Associate Curator,
Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Natasha Egan, Associate Director and Curator
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago

Gilbert Vicario, Assistant Curator of Latin American and Latino Art
Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Aaron Shumann, Independent Curator, Editor and Founder
Seesaw, an avant-garde, UK-based, online journal of photography

Together, they represent some of the leading voices in contemporary photographic art today and they will bring a cross-cultural perspective to the Biennial.  

Ten artists, selected by reviewers from the 2008 Meeting Place Portfolio Review, are featured in the Discoveries of the Meeting Place exhibition.