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Hector Hernandez, Hyperbeast: Yellow, 2012


Elizabeth Chiles, Figs from Thistles, no. 13, 2013. From the series Figs from Thistles

FotoFest and Houston Center for Photography

Moving / Still
Recent Photography by
Texas Artists

September 20 -
December 7, 2013


1113 Vine Street, Houston 77002 [map]

Opening reception:
Friday, September 20, 6-8pm

Exhibit on view:
September 20 – December 7, 2013

1441 West Alabama, Houston 77006 [map]

Opening reception:
Saturday, September 21, 6-8pm

Exhibit on view:
September 20 – November 3, 2013
(All works will move to FotoFest on November 8
and remain on view through December 7 )

Refreshments provided by:

Barry Stone, Best General View, Wonder World, San Marcos, TX, 2012.
From the series Many Worlds if Any

FotoFest and Houston Center for Photography (HCP), two of the state’s premier photographic arts organizations, continue their ongoing collaboration with the exhibition MOVING/STILL: RECENT PHOTOGRAPHY BY TEXAS ARTISTS, the fifth installment of the FotoFest series Talent in Texas and the third co-presented by FotoFest and HCP.

Featuring a diverse group of 12 artists from across the state, MOVING/STILL is curated by Kerry Inman, of Inman Gallery, Houston TX. The exhibition is split between the two exhibition spaces – FotoFest Headquarters Downtown and Houston Center for Photography in the Museum District.

Talent in Texas is a collaboration between FotoFest and Houston Center for Photography. Initiated by FotoFest, each addition features a guest curator and artists working in Texas. The exhibition is located at both exhibition spaces, and we encourage visitors to visit each gallery.


Armando Alvarez (Edinburg, TX)
Miguel Amat (Houston, TX)
Keliy Anderson-Staley (Houston, TX)
Megan Badger (Houston, TX)
Jesse Morgan Barnett (Dallas, TX)
Susi Brister (Austin, TX)

Elizabeth Chiles (Austin, TX)
Hector Hernandez (Austin, TX)
Paho Mann (Dallas, TX)
Linarejos Moreno (Houston, TX)
Barry Stone (Austin, TX)
Jeremy Underwood (Houston TX)


Megan Badger,Gnashing of Teeth, 2013.
From the series Stains, Ashes, and Halos


Jeremy Underwood, Wood Debris, 2012. From the series Human Debris


Jesse Morgan Barnett, To Accident and Abandon 2F, 2011


Susi Brister, R & T and Frosted Mongolian in Fallen Leaves, 2009.
From the series Menagerie

Tours and Special Events

Paho Mann, Club Tattoo, Tempe, AZ ,2006. From the series Re-inhabited Circle K

Friday, September 20, 2013, 6pm

1113 Vine Street, Houston 77002 [map]

Saturday, September 21, 2013, 6pm
Houston Center for Photography
1441 West Alabama, Houston 77006

Saturday, October 5, 2013, 11am
Beginning at FotoFest and continuing at Houston Center for Photography
Light lunch provided


Armando Alvarez, From the series Haze, nd

Linarejos Moreno, Plañideras II (The Wailers II), 2007.
From the project Rituales Funerarios (Funeral Rites)


Keliy Anderson-Staley, A-Frame Outhouse, Unity, Maine, 2008.
From the series Off the Grid

Miguel Amat, Dams and Loans series, 2011

FOTOFEST 2012-2013 Exhibition Sponsors

The Houston Endowment Inc.; The City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance; The National Endowment for the Arts; The Brown Foundation, Inc.; The Wortham Foundation; The Cullen Foundation; FotoFest Board of Directors; Judith and Gamble Baldwin; Texas Commission on the Arts; Trust for Mutual Understanding; Houston Public Media; HexaGroup; iLand Internet Solutions; Bayou City Art Festival; Vine Street Studios; Weingarten Realty; The Oshman Foundation; Frazier King; William and Rosalie Hitchcock


Houston Endowment; The Brown Foundation; City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance; Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation; Artists’ Framing Resource; Larson-Juhl; Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen; Anonymous; Fan and Peter Morris; The John O’Quinn Foundation; Simmons Foundation; Sterling Turner Foundation; Art Colony Association; Cemo Family Foundation; Clayton Dabney Foundation; Dumas/Johnson Family Fund; Patricia J. Eifel and Jim Belli; JBD Foundation; Anonymous; QUE Imaging; Texas Children’s Hospital; Texas Commission on the Arts; The Joan Hohlt and Roger Wich Foundation; Wortham Foundation, Inc.; Antonio Manega, Gazer Design; Poppi Massey; Joan Morgenstern; Joan and Stanford Alexander;
Julie and Drew Alexander; Carol and Les Ballard; Jay Baker Architects; Deborah Bay and Edgar Browning; Charles Butt; John D. Chaney; Susan and Patrick Cook; Jereann Chaney; Frazier King; James E. Maloney; Nena D. Marsh; Burt Nelson; Stuart C. Nelson; Marek Brothers Company, Inc.; Sue and Bob Schwartz; The Southampton Group; Stahlman Lumber Company; Aker Imaging, Houston; Amegy Bank; Liz and David Anders; Christopher Ashby; Laura and Tom Bacon; Kevin E. Bassler; Bergner & Johnson; The Beth Block Foundation; Thomas Damsgaard; Sanford L. Dow; Bevin and Dan Dubrowski; FotoFest & FotoFest Staff; The GE Foundation; Cullen Geiselman; Heidi Gerger; Robert L. Gerry, III; Bob Gulley; James R. Fisher; Betty Pecore and Howard Hilliard; Sally and John Hopper; Houston Camera Exchange; Patricia P. Hubbard; Leslie and and Mark Hull; Olive
Jenney; Wendy and Mavis Kelsey, Jr.; Mavis Kelsey III; Sherry and James Kempner; Barbara and Geoffrey Koslov; Kathryn and Tim Lee; Mickey and Mike Marvins; Craig L. Massey; Libbie J. Masterson; Mariquita Masterson; Mid America Arts Alliance; Alexander K. and Muffy McLanahan; Dixie Messner; Celia and Jay Munisteri; J. Andrew Nairn; Betsey and Charles Powell; Pia Puno; Robertson-Finley Foundation; Julie Soefer; Susan and Steve Solcher; Scott R. Sparvero; T.C. Lupton Family Foundation