For all their similarities, teens separated by geography and culture can be very different, as these photos show.
From snail trails to markings on human bodies, this exhibit expands the notion of maps as art
The Houston Center for Photography holds another big-theme party.
Curator Hannah Frieser finds something for everyone
This Houston photographer proves that privacy is an illusion
Do I hear $1,000?
It's a buyers' market - an art buyers' market, that is
Photo by Blake Whitaker We always knew it -- even with the closing of the Bookstop, the corner of Alabama and Shepherd is the center of the world. Or the "Center of the World Center," as the city's public works department might put it.We can only be glad that the Amboy Dukes didn't hire the DPW t ... More >>
Houston Center for Photography will have you dancing for your life
Photograph by David M. AllenIf you catch Theater Under the Star's Cabaret on its last weekend, and we suggest you do, here's a tip: Don't sing along with the performers. (Hair Balls was treated to a performance of "Willkommen" by a fellow audience member during our visit on opening night.) But even ... More >>
The new exhibit at the Houston Center for Photography sees the war in the Middle East in terms of people, not policies
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What if Annie Leibovitz had stayed home?
From raw beginners with point-and-shoot cameras to more mature artists who will be exhibiting images at Houston Center for Photography, my fall class at the Glasscock School saw a wide range of experience. Over the course of eight weeks, through assignments and critiques, my students all gained a ... More >>
The Kilgore Rangerettes make big hair and high kicks an art form
Theres more to these photographs than meets the eye
Teens, twixters and quarter-lifers
Sage Sohier looks at obsession
30 photographers contribute portraits, landscapes and narratives
The Houston Center for Photography offers a visual take on Mad Libs
Houston Center for Photography works with the Childrens Cancer Hospital at M.D. Anderson to produce an art exhibit thats full of life
The Houston Center for Photography honors a friend with a look at some of his favorite photographs
Kristine Mills heads a jazz combo featuring members of the Duke Ellington Orchestra
The photographer signs copies of her new book, Snowbound
Local photographers hawk their wares
Three high-concept shows at the Houston Center for Photography engage both the mind and eye
Cell phone photos from around the world
Apparently so, according to the Legion of the Lost
Life's a beach at the AIA Sandcastle Competition
A one-night film fest at the Shrine bookstore
March 11 - 17, 1999
December 17 - 23, 1998