Henry Horenstein with B. Hollyman Gallery and the Austin Center for Photography

 

In collaboration with Austin Center for Photography (ACP), B. Hollyman Gallery will be exhibiting Henry Horenstein's series Animalia, a collection of intimate and intriguing portraits of land and sea creatures made between 1995 and 2001.Henry_Horenstein_Asiatic_Elephant

Asiatic Elephant

 

Horenstein shoots with a balanced uniqueness, experimenting with view, angle, and perspective. Each photograph is different, yet with a similar underlying mood. Some captivate the viewer with a macro look at scales, texture and animal skin. Others unveil the deeper nuances of personality and mystery. Some are simply quiet and beautiful.

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Brown Sea Nettles

 

Horenstein shoots with a balanced uniqueness, experimenting with view, angle, and perspective. Each photograph is different, yet with a similar underlying mood. Some captivate the viewer with a macro look at scales, texture and animal skin. Others unveil the deeper nuances of personality and mystery. Some are simply quiet and beautiful.

White-cheeked Spider Monkey

White-cheeked Spider Monkey

 

Austin Center for Photography's Icons of Photography No.12 lecture series brings Horenstein to Austin on Friday, November 18 at 7:00pm. He will speak at the Blanton Museum of Art Auditorium on the UT campus. To purchase tickets, go to www.visitacp.org/events.

B. Hollyman Gallery is pleased to host a coinciding exhibit, running November 19 - January 14, 2012 with an opening reception on Saturday, November 19, 6:00 to 8:00pm.  The gallery is located at 1202-A West Sixth Street, Austin, Texas 78703 (adjacent to Wally Workman Gallery).


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