Photo courtesy of Prince Varughese Thomas and Hooks-Epstein Galleries

In observance of FotoFest 2022 and kicking off its 2022-2023 exhibition season, Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents the photography-based works of artist Prince Varughese Thomas. 

"America the Beautiful" is a lens-based series exploring the layered complexity of racial and social divisions that pervade contemporary society. Through video and image, the works scrutinize the political and cultural divide currently found within the United States. The exhibition plays on multiple layers of meaning by embracing a citizen’s collective patriotism, while reflecting on the hypocrisy of the collective conscious, thereby compelling viewers to engage and resolve these difficult subjects on their own. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 15.

In observance of FotoFest 2022 and kicking off its 2022-2023 exhibition season, Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents the photography-based works of artist Prince Varughese Thomas.

"America the Beautiful" is a lens-based series exploring the layered complexity of racial and social divisions that pervade contemporary society. Through video and image, the works scrutinize the political and cultural divide currently found within the United States. The exhibition plays on multiple layers of meaning by embracing a citizen’s collective patriotism, while reflecting on the hypocrisy of the collective conscious, thereby compelling viewers to engage and resolve these difficult subjects on their own.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 15.

In observance of FotoFest 2022 and kicking off its 2022-2023 exhibition season, Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents the photography-based works of artist Prince Varughese Thomas.

"America the Beautiful" is a lens-based series exploring the layered complexity of racial and social divisions that pervade contemporary society. Through video and image, the works scrutinize the political and cultural divide currently found within the United States. The exhibition plays on multiple layers of meaning by embracing a citizen’s collective patriotism, while reflecting on the hypocrisy of the collective conscious, thereby compelling viewers to engage and resolve these difficult subjects on their own.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 15.

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WHERE

Hooks-Epstein Galleries
2631 Colquitt St.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.hooksepsteingalleries.com/upcoming-exhibitions

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