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“Amy Blakemore: Photographs from 1988 to 2008”

11 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Photographer Amy Blakemore considers her camera a tool for collecting bits and pieces of stories. “Instead of picking up stuff,” she’s said, “I leave with a flat, squared-off record of things and people in space.” The exhibit, “Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988 — 2008” looks at the last 20 years of...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008", "The Paramilitary Show", "Adela Andea: The Green™ cyber web"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008", "Carlos Cruz-Diez: Crosswalk", "Perspectives 166: Torsten Slama", "Toil and Trouble"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008," "Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento," "Perspectives 166: Torsten Slama," "Toil and Trouble"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008," "Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento," "Detritus," "No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008", "Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento", "Detritus", "No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008," "Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento," "Detritus," "$timulus," "Toil and Trouble"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008", "Carlos Cruz-Diez: Crosswalk", "Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento", "No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Triple Threat at CAMH With Works by Blakemore, Rosmarin and Cullar-Ledford

3 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Girl power is riding high over at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, bringing über talents from our local arts scene together for another rendition of “Right Here, Right Now.” The first iteration in 2014 put a spotlight on the fact that H-Town, with its affordable studio spaces and healthy economy, serves...
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January Art Shows Include Dystopian VR and Putting Racism in the Crosshairs

8 months ago by Susie Tommaney
Our first look at art exhibits for the new year unearthed several notable gems but, as they say on TV, "wait there's more." Much, much more, in fact. For inspiration, Sarah Sudhoff looked to the skies, Javier Marín deconstructed mythical figures and the human form, and Moody Gallery celebrates more than...

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