Four exhibitions will open simultaneously at the Houston Center for Photography.
Teenagers: Portraits of Identity and Expression brings together the work of five contemporary photographers — Natan Dvir, Martine Fougeron, Alison Malone, Rania Matar and Nancy Newberry — and explores teenagers' personal spaces and their surroundings. These photographs take a narrative approach and depict the time and sequence of teens. All of these portraits are intimate yet universal as the subject confronts the camera and viewer.
Kendrick Brinson's Sun City: Life After Life explores the lives of the 40,000 residents in Sun City, Ariz., — the first and largest planned retirement community in the country.
Through portraits and landscapes, Bryan Schutmaat's Grays the Mountain Sends captures the mixture of experiences and stories of the land.
Collaborations VIII: Pick your Battles shows work by 16 Houston-area high school students. The exhibition highlights each photographers' struggles through their teenage years.
Artist talks begin at 5:30 and the opening reception is from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.