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FLATS Lab: A Houston Community Darkroom

FLATS Lab

In July 2019, FLATS Lab, a film developing service, opened in Houston to serve our local photography community. For the past seven months, the FLATS Lab was operated out of the owner's home. After receiving notice from the landlord to stop operations, FLATS Lab will move to a storefront location (2402 Montrose Blvd) starting March 1st. The growth and transition was unexpected and quick and they are looking for a little help financially. Please consider donating to their GoFundMe to help them expand and continue to serve the Houston photography community.

In addition to monetary donations, FLATS is on the lookout for any darkroom equipment that is in good working condition including tanks, trays, reels, enlargers, enlarging easels, sinks, jobo, jobo tanks and reels, and Epson Scanners (V700 or newer).

Learn more about FLATS by visiting their website.

Paris Photo New York, Presented with AIPAD

Posted on Jan 10, 2020

Catherine Couturier Gallery is proud to announce its participation in the inaugural edition of Paris Photo New York, Presented with AIPAD. The fair will be held at Pier 94, from April 2-5, 2020. Formallying known as the AIPAD Photography Show New York, the…

New Acquisitions

Posted on Jan 8, 2020

The gallery recently acquired some major works by renowned artists including Lotte Jacobi, Ruth Bernhard, and Brett Weston. Preview the works below or visit the gallery to see them in person.   Lotte JacobiLotte Lenya, Actress, Berlin, 1930vintage gelatin…

End of Year Special: Limited Edition of Maggie Taylor, Through the Looking-Glass

Posted on Nov 26, 2019

Through the end of the year, Maggie Taylor is offering a unique opportunity to purchase a copy of her limited edition book with print, Through the Looking-glass. Instead of having your choice of two images to include, you may select any of the 65 images in…

Art Consulting for VillageMD

Posted on Nov 20, 2019

Village Medical at Walgreens located in Houston's Inwood area. We are so proud to share that we provided art services to the brand new, innovative, convenient, and affordable primary care clinics, Village Medical at Walgreens. The transformative healthcare…

Maggie Taylor's Work Now Available on Metal

Posted on Nov 18, 2019

What Remains?, 2016Dye Sublimation on Aluminum48 x 48 inches Catherine Couturier Gallery is happy to announce that Maggie Taylor will now offer dye sublimation prints on aluminum in addition to inkjet prints. Dye sublimation prints are available in the following…

Everyday Photograpy, Every Day: Looking and Collecting

Posted on Nov 12, 2019

Catherine Couturier was recently featured on Everyday Photography, Every Day, a podcast hosted by Michael Rubin and Suzanne Fritz-Hanson. Together, they discussed the psychology of collecting, working with artists, and what Catherine looks for in a photograph. Listen…

Wendi Schneider Featured on Lenscratch

Posted on Oct 4, 2019

by Aline SmithsonOctober 3, 2019 © Wendi Schneider, Thoughts of Silence, New Orleans, 2012 – pigment ink on kozo over white gold Artist Wendi Schneider is unabashedly unafraid of beauty. Her images are timeless, romantic, and filled with poetry and…

New Acquisitions

Posted on Aug 1, 2019

The gallery recently acquired some major works by renowned artists. Preview the works below or visit the gallery to see them in person. Horst P. HorstThe Mainbocher Corset, 1939 (printed later)gelatin silver print9 x 12 inchessigned$15,000     Robert…

Countdown to the Moon Landing

Posted on Jul 15, 2019

Catherine Couturier Gallery is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing! Follow along as we count down to July 20th and share photographs of the moon by gallery artists.  5.... Maggie TaylorThat Good Night, 2018archival inkjet print15 x 15…