If you follow this blog, you know how important FotoFest Biennial has been for me, for its role in the world of contemporary photography. Its international, groundbreaking exhibition give deep thought to topics, angles and geographic areas that are not well know outside of their boundaries; a rich community and meeting place for photography curators, museum professionals and gallerists with photographers and connoisseurs. For me personally FotoFest has been crucial in my work as a photographer with its inspiration to a larger international community.
I am really honored to report that I have been invited to participate in Ten by Ten, the FotoFest Biennial program featuring the projects of photographers selected by leading photo curators during the prior edition. A big thank you to Lisa Volpe, associate curator at the Museum of Fine Art Houston, who selected my portfolio. Twenty prints from it will be exhibited.
Sadly, due to current world-changing circumstances and the limits on travel, I won’t be able to attend the opening or give my artist talk. However, the consolation is that the exhibition will then travel to Italy to be shown at the Negri Foundation in Brescia in the fall of 2020.
If you are in Houston currently, stop by – the exhibits are at the Silos at Sawyer Yards. Official opening is on March 14, with artist talk given at 2PM. Please let me know if you visit!