Last night, the Warehouse Live Green Room opened its doors for "Three Songs, No Flash," a permanent exhibit of dynamic and intimate concert photos by Houston-based freelance photographer Mark C. Austin. The all-access shots, covering everyone from Bono to Jack White, have been published in GQ, Rolling Stone, and plenty of other respectable publications.
The turnout was terrific to say the least. Later in the evening Benjamin Wesley played an engaging, but not overwhelming, set in a dimly-lit nook wielding drum machines, bass and guitar at the same time--a nice complement to the opening. Austin was on site and eager to share his experiences with gallery-goers.
There was talk overheard about future exhibits with new artists at the Green Room, so keep paying attention. And if you happen to be at Warehouse for a concert, walk over and take a gander at Austin's work.
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Check out some snapshots of the evening after the jump.