The exhibit includes 60 photographs that have been taken in or around the Houston area. We were looking for not just skyline shots and shots of the Water Wall, says Parsons, but for pictures of people and the details that really make us love Houston. The show includes images from downtown such as Tracy Manfords Looking Up, in which she does just that inside the Jean DuBuffet sculpture Monument au Fantôme on Louisiana Street. The sculptures squiggly appendages appear to be reaching up to the buildings that tower over them. Also on Louisiana, Todd Hanzelka snapped a shot of the sunset creating a cool shadow that seems to be closing in on a passerby. And Jackson Myers captured the tranquility of the shaded streets in Rice Village with Live Oaks HDR. See these and other reasons Houston isnt all heat and construction at 600 sq mi.
Sept. 8-Oct. 7, 2007