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Gray Contemporary presents "Landscape Evolution" and "Guide Star" opening reception

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Photo by David Janesko

David Janesko's "Landscape Evolution" will showcase photographs that were made by applying black and white photography chemicals onto silver based photo paper. Each piece is unique and exploits the chemical sensitivity, instead of its light sensitivity, of the silver halide emulsion to create the imagery.

Susannah Mira's "Guide Star" comes from her deep desire to transform ordinary things. Though source components vary - originating from industry, retail, or the home - her work is he result of tactile experimentation in the studio. By making and repeating simple connections and patterns, she shows that spectacular results can come from the humblest of materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until October 12.

David Janesko's "Landscape Evolution" will showcase photographs that were made by applying black and white photography chemicals onto silver based photo paper. Each piece is unique and exploits the chemical sensitivity, instead of its light sensitivity, of the silver halide emulsion to create the imagery.

Susannah Mira's "Guide Star" comes from her deep desire to transform ordinary things. Though source components vary - originating from industry, retail, or the home - her work is he result of tactile experimentation in the studio. By making and repeating simple connections and patterns, she shows that spectacular results can come from the humblest of materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until October 12.

David Janesko's "Landscape Evolution" will showcase photographs that were made by applying black and white photography chemicals onto silver based photo paper. Each piece is unique and exploits the chemical sensitivity, instead of its light sensitivity, of the silver halide emulsion to create the imagery.

Susannah Mira's "Guide Star" comes from her deep desire to transform ordinary things. Though source components vary - originating from industry, retail, or the home - her work is he result of tactile experimentation in the studio. By making and repeating simple connections and patterns, she shows that spectacular results can come from the humblest of materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until October 12.

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Gray Contemporary
3508 Lake St.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.graycontemporary.com/

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Admission is free.
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