Friday, February 1, 2008

In A New Direction - Curated by Clint Willour

Wall Space gallery in Seattle, is featuring a group exhibition curated by Clint Willour. The exhibition features feature twenty-six photographic derived images and is a visual treat. Here're a few images that were displayed. Willour, is widely recognized as an expert in contemporary photography and is the Director the of the Galveston Arts Center in Texas.

Reagan Avery, Cos Cob, CT
Mirror #101
Chromogenic Print

Catherine Day
Baby II
Digital Pigment Print on fabric

Catherine Vera Dentino, Asbury Park, NJ
We Steal a Little Bit More of Each Other
Chromogenic Print

Bill Finger, Seattle, WA
Eastern Carolina
Chromogenic Print

Jennifer Greenburg, Chicago, IL
Ruby Van Go-Go and Stuart in Love
Chromogenic Print

Michael Koerner, Tucson, AZ
It's a Small World, but I wouldn't want to have to paint it.
Digital Pigment Print

Krystal McKay, Seattle, WA
November 24th, 2004
Digital Pigment Print

Lydia Panas, Kutztown, PA
Cousins (Ana and Tati)
Chromogenic Print

Ariane Roesch, Houston, TX
Essential Connections: A Friendly Brawl
Digital Pigment Print on board, with wire and surge

Cole Thompson, LaPorte, CO
The Angel Gabriel
Digital Pigment Print

Rachael Dunville, New York, NY
Chromogenic Print


Clint Willour, curator of the Galveston Arts Center for the past seventeen years, has been an art professional for thirty-five years. He is active on boards of numerous arts organizations in Texas and has served as a juror for over sixty competitions in his career. He curates 24 exhibitions per year in Galveston, and serves regularly as a guest curator for institutions throughout the state of Texas and beyond.

He is known for the multi disciplinary focus of his taste. He is a past President of the Board of the Houston Center for Photography and a current member of their Programming Committee, Chair of the Photography Accessions Sub-committee of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, a member of the Art Board of FotoFest, Houston, board member of Photo Forum at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and has been a meeting place reviewer at every FotoFest, Houston, (and last year, Beijing, China) as well as reviewing portfolios for the Houston Center for Photography; the Texas Photographic Society; Photo Americas in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Photolucida in Portland, Oregon; Critical Mass, Portland, Oregon; Review Santa Fe, New Mexico; Mois de la Photo in Montreal, Quebec; Les Rencontres d’Arles, France; Photo Primavera in Barcelona, Spain and the Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

For additional information about the exhibition or to purchase prints, please contact Wall Space, located in Seattle, Washington.

Dan Fear

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