BOX 13 ArtSpace presents "Kith and Kin," "Reducing Landscape," "Influencing Houston: Ralph Ellifrit and the Birth of Modern Houston," and "Locations" opening reception
In conjunction with the 2018 FotoFest Biennial, BOX 13 ArtSpace presents four new exhibitions.
- "Kith and Kin" features the work of Flor Ameira, Steffani Frideres, and Venessa Monokian, each working with themes of women, family and their place in society, in the Front BOX.
- In the Back BOX, "Reducing Landscape" features the work of Lance Brown, Kristy Peet, Caroline Roberts, and Krista Steinke, who use photography to alter and reduce the vast landscape into something else.
- "Influencing Houston: Ralph Ellifrit and the Birth of Modern Houston" is a multimedia installation by David McClain, Alexander Squier, and Margaret Wallace Brown in the Upstairs BOX organized around selections from approximately 400 archival images made in the 1930s by Ralph Ellifrit, a Houston city planner for 24 years.
- In the Window BOX, Robert Ziebell presents "Locations," an installation of three-dimensional photographic facades that serve as small monuments to the past and present.
Following the opening reception, these exhibits will be on display until April 21.