Photo by David Doubilet and National Geographic

FotoFest 2016 Biennial presents An Evening With National Geographic, an event that will feature the works of three photographic artists: David Doubilet (The Living Reef), David Liittschwager (One Cubic Foot), and Joel Sartore (Photo Ark). 

Doubilet is a pioneering underwater photographer who has photographed the world's oceans and coral reefs for over thirty years. In One Cubic Foot, Liittschwager photographs, in the space of a day, the myriad flora and fauna that pass through the open cube he sets in different eco-systems around the world. Sartore is halfway through his "life-time" project, Photo Ark, a portrait of the 12,000 animals living in captivity because so many are now in danger of extinction. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 24. An artist reception will be held on March 17 at Spring Street Studios.

FotoFest 2016 Biennial presents An Evening With National Geographic, an event that will feature the works of three photographic artists: David Doubilet (The Living Reef), David Liittschwager (One Cubic Foot), and Joel Sartore (Photo Ark).

Doubilet is a pioneering underwater photographer who has photographed the world's oceans and coral reefs for over thirty years. In One Cubic Foot, Liittschwager photographs, in the space of a day, the myriad flora and fauna that pass through the open cube he sets in different eco-systems around the world. Sartore is halfway through his "life-time" project, Photo Ark, a portrait of the 12,000 animals living in captivity because so many are now in danger of extinction.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 24. An artist reception will be held on March 17 at Spring Street Studios.

FotoFest 2016 Biennial presents An Evening With National Geographic, an event that will feature the works of three photographic artists: David Doubilet (The Living Reef), David Liittschwager (One Cubic Foot), and Joel Sartore (Photo Ark).

Doubilet is a pioneering underwater photographer who has photographed the world's oceans and coral reefs for over thirty years. In One Cubic Foot, Liittschwager photographs, in the space of a day, the myriad flora and fauna that pass through the open cube he sets in different eco-systems around the world. Sartore is halfway through his "life-time" project, Photo Ark, a portrait of the 12,000 animals living in captivity because so many are now in danger of extinction.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 24. An artist reception will be held on March 17 at Spring Street Studios.

WHEN

WHERE

First Unitarian Universalist Church
5200 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://2016biennial.fotofest.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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