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GUIDE TO PARTICIPATING SPACES

Participating Spaces are museums, commercial galleries, non-profits, artist-run spaces, corporate spaces, and retail establishments that choose to exhibit photographic art as part of the FOTOFEST Biennial. Participating Spaces participate in the oldest and longest-running photographic event in the United States.

The FOTOFEST2008 Biennial had two themes, CHINA and TRANSFORMATIONS. More than 80 spaces chose to follow one of the two themes. CHINA has become one of the major forces in the world. Not only shaping their own society and economy, but changing global economy as well. The broad theme of TRANSFORMATIONS can be interpreted however artists and curators would like to represent it. It could relate to politics, urban environments, physical or psychological metamorphosis, passage of time, architecture, war, technological change, and history. For a list of FOTOFEST Venues click here.

Exhibitions were located throughout Houston, with clusters of exhibits in the Warehouse Districts, Downtown, Midtown-Third Ward, Museum District, Montrose, Washington Street Corridor, The Heights, Upper Kirby-Colquitt and the Heights.

PARTICIPATING SPACES

MUSEUMS

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Heritage Society Museum
Holocaust Museum, Houston
Houston Musuem of Natural Science
The Menil Collection
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Museum of Printing History
Station Museum of Contemporary Art

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES & SCHOOLS

The Art Institute of Houston, Steve R Gregg Gallery
Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston
Bosque Gallery at Cy-Fair College
College of the Mainland Art Gallery
Enterprise Gallery, Lee College Student Center
The Norma R. Ory Gallery of the Junior School, The Glassell School of Art
Houston Community College Central Gallery
Long Middle School
Mary Matteson-Parrish Art Gallery at Montgomery College Street
M.D. Anderson Memorial Library of the University of Houston
O'Kane Gallery, University of Houston-Downtown
University of Texas Art Wall at Houston Medical School

NON-PROFIT ART SPACES

Architecture Center Houston (ArCH)
Art Car Museum
Art Guild of Rural Texas
The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake
Buffalo Bayou ArtPark
Caviart Gallery, Russian Cultural Center "Our Texas"
DiverseWorks Art Space
Galveston Arts Center
Houston Center for Photography
Lawndale Arts Center
Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA)
Project Row Houses
Space125 Gallery at Houston Arts Alliance
Talento Bilingue de Houston
Texas Collaborative Arts (TCA) - "Nauhaus Gallery"
Texas Collaborative Arts (TCA) Studios

NON-PROFIT SPACES

Alliance Francaise De Houston
CLEAN
Havens Center
The Jung Center
Margolis Gallery, Congregation Beth Israel
Methodist Center for Performing Arts Medicine
St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital
Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts(TALA)
Union Baptist Association
Xnihilo Gallery

COMMERCIAL GALLERIES

Annex at Summer Street
Anya Tish Gallery

Apama Mackey Gallery
Archway Gallery
The Historic Magnolia Brewery Building's Petal Gallery in Affiliation with Bering & James Inc.
Booker-Lowe Gallery
Petal Gallery
Buchanan Gallery
Darke Gallery
De Santos Gallery
Deborah Colton Gallery
DeFrog Gallery
Designworks
Elder Street Gallery
Finesilver Gallery
G Gallery
Galerie Barré
Gallery 1724
Gallery M2
Goldesberry Gallery
Gremillion & Co. Fine Art
H Gallery
Harris Gallery
Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Inc.
Inman Gallery
Joan Wich & Co. Gallery
John Cleary Gallery
Koelsch Gallery
Laura Rathe Fine Art
Las Manos Majicas Gallery
McClain Gallery
McMurtrey Gallery
Mind Puddles
Moody Gallery
The New Gallery
Peel Gallery
Poissant Gallery
Riser Gallery
Rudolph Projects/ArtScan Gallery
Redbud Gallery
Seaside Gallery
Sicardi Gallery
Studio 314 / Curry Glassell
Wade Wilson Art
Watermark Fine Art Photographs & Books

CORPORATE SPACES

230 Westcott
BNIM Architects
Kinzelman Art Consulting
M Architects
MKG Art Management
Travis Tower Lobby

RETAIL SPACES AND RESTAURANTS

The Artful Corner
AZ Digital Lab Gallery
Beautique Salon & Day Spa
Casa Ramirez Folkart
The Corner Office
Gabriella Nissen Photography
Gallery E @ Salon E
Hungry's Gallery
Meridian
Oolala
Paulie's Restaurant on Westheimer
Paulie's Restaurant on West Holcombe
Phoenix Seafood Restaurant
Picnic
The Raven Grill
Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Art Center and Bookstore

ARTIST STUDIOS

2500 Summer St.
Atelier Jacquinet
Nance Street Studios & The Artists' Gallery
O'Connor Studio
The Olive Gallery

 

FOTOFEST VENUES

FotoFest catalogues, map and calendars, press materials, and information are available at FotoFest Headquarters and gallery space downtown at 1113 Vine St., Vine Street Studios, on the north side of Downtown and the I-10 overpass, accessible by car from downtown via San Jacinto St.; from I-10 East, exit McKee/Hardy; I-10 West exit N. Main. It is accessible by foot from the north end of the METRORail stop UH-Downtown.

FOTOFEST Exhibition Spaces Special Collaboration Spaces
FotoFest Headquarters
Bering & James
Art League Houston
One Allen Center
Two Allen Center
New World Museum
Winter Street Studios
Williams Tower
Erie City Ironworks
Rice University Media Center
Houston Center for Photography
24 Waterway Lobby, The Woodlands
Macy's Department Store Downtown
JP Morgan Chase Bank

 

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