Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents "Collecting Echoes," "The Taxidermist's Imaginarium," and "New Works" opening reception

"Collecting Echoes," "The Taxidermist's Imaginarium," and "New Works" opening reception
Kathryn Dunlevie, “Migration”, 2017, archival photomontage and acrylic on wood panel, 40 x 60” Photo by Kathryn Dunlevie

In "Collecting Echoes," Julie Brook Alexander joins two images on a single page, which allows the viewer to discover the interplay between near and far vantage points as well as see the natural world in a new way.

In Kathryn Dunlevie's "The Taxidermist's Imaginarium," she creates photomontages by combining photographs of nature, zoos, natural history museums, and botanical gardens with those of contemporary urban settings.

Prince Varughese Thomas's "New Works" exhibition consists of photo-based works, in addition to a video, that metaphorically explore the subject of death in private and public contexts. The works integrate images that are sourced from Thomas' amily archives, which includes four generations of funeral photos.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until March 31.

Event Details

When

2.24.18 | 11:00 am

Where

Hooks-Epstein Galleries
2631 Colquitt St.
Houston, TX 77098

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Ticket Info

Admission is free.