In Art, JBC Client on November 17, 2012 at 4:13 pm
HOUSTON, TX - Houston Center for Photography is proud to present the exhibition, Soldier, at Ease. Through the work of Tim Hetherington, Louie Palu, and Erin Trieb, this exhibition looks at how active soldiers spend their private time “at ease,” while they are off duty, and also after they return home. Photographs and videos by these three photographers, as well as images created by active duty soldiers themselves, illustrate a more personal experience of the solder as an individual.
The exhibition directly coincides with the encyclopedic exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath presented by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, which also includes work by Hetherington, Palu, and Trieb. HCP’s exhibition is on view through January 6, 2013 and is organized by Executive Director Bevin Bering Dubrowski, Curator Libbie J. Masterson, and the HCP Exhibitions Committee. Read the rest of this entry »
In Art, JBC Client on April 29, 2012 at 3:22 pm
One of the most exciting events in Houston all year is coming up on May 12th – the 25th Annual Houston Art Car Parade!
Produced by the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art, the 25th Annual Houston Art Car Parade brings 300 rolling works of art to the city for a full weekend of colorful, artsy fun. An estimated 300,000 people will line Allen Parkway on Saturday May 12th to witness the world’s oldest and largest parade of its kind.
Surrounding the 25th Anniversary of the Houston Art Car Parade, the oldest and longest parade of its kind in the world, the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art is thrilled to announce a fantastic weekend of events May 10-13, 2012. Read the rest of this entry »
In Art, JBC Client on December 20, 2011 at 7:19 pm
JBC client Orange Show Center for Visionary Art, a Houston-based non-profit that manages the Orange Show Monument, Beer Can House and produces the annual Houston Art Car Parade (the largest event of its kind in the world) is featured in this month’s Houston Modern Luxury magazine. The article celebrates the organization’s 30th anniversary and chronicles its beginnings as well as its commitment to promoting folk art throughout the country.
Click here to read the Houston Modern Luxury article