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The Surface of Things: Exhibit Highlights Images Made Without a Camera

Posted on · A new exhibit at the Houston Center for Photography highlights photographic images that were made without a camera. The Surface of Things includes images from a dozen artists from around the world who manipulate light-sensitive materials or use unconventional methods of photographic capture to create evocative images. The exhibit runs Nov. 18, 2016 through Jan. 15, […]

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HIV Prevention Drug, and Affordable Housing for the Rest of Us: Tuesday’s Show (November, 29 2016)

Posted on · For the past decade, a local researcher has been working on a drug to prevent HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Dr. Alessandro Grattoni, is an associate professor of nanomedicine at Houston Methodist. His research involves using a refillable implant that administers drugs to subjects at risk of HIV exposure. He’s developed a prototype, and his research […]

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Photo Exhibit Depicts Lives ‘In the Path of the Pipeline’

Posted on · Last November (Nov. 6, 2015), President Obama rejected plans for the Keystone XL pipeline, which would’ve created a newer, shorter pipeline route between Canada and southern Nebraska, connecting up with the already-existing Keystone pipeline, and the Cushing and Gulf Coast extensions which feed into Greater Houston. Before the project was nixed, local photographer Eric Kayne decided […]

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Houston Photographer Revels in Taking Tintype Photographs

Posted on · We’re all used to filters on our smart phone cameras or on Instagram that attempt to make a photo look “retro.” The process is as easy as a couple of taps on a screen. But one Houston photographer is doing it the hard way – the way they did it in the 1800s. For the […]