Exhibition Space

Exhibitions at Silver Street rotate between Resident Artist and Fotofest International exhibitions.

 

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

September 28 - October 8, 2016

Selected Works from the Artists of Sawyer Yards

A Juried Exhibition | Juror: Clint Willour

The corridors of Silver Street | 713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

This special juried exhibition will feature some of the best works from the artists working in Sawyer Yards, and is specifically aligned with the Houston Art Fair.

June 11 - Sept 10

Collective Perceptions

Silver Street Studios

A new exhibition of original art by the resident artists of Silver Street.
Curated by notable Houston watercolorist, Gordon Phillipson.

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

 

June 11 - July 30 

Resident Artist Exhibition

Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

Silver Street resident artists exhibit new works in a group show.

 

May 14 - May 21

FotoFinnish - Student Exhibition

Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

 

March 12 - April 23

Fotofest 2016 Biennial

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

 

Oct. 23-Nov. 29

THE COLLECTOR’S EYE: THE MALONEY COLLECTION

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

Curated by FotoFest Director Steven Evans and Collector James Maloney

This is the third in a series of exhibitions designed to bring attention to the art of collecting and to museum-quality photography collections in Houston. Attorney, photographer, philanthropist, and collector James Maloney has assembled the extensive Maloney Collection over many years. The collection features a wide range of photography, from classical and avant-garde vintage black and white prints to large-scale color images by contemporary photographers.

Oct. 13 - Nov 26

Lakes Were Rivers

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

 

Dec. 5-Feb. 13

Holiday Resident Artist Exhibition

Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

Silver Street resident artists exhibit new works in a group show.

 

Dec 6

Holiday Open House

Silver, Spring and Winter Street Studios

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

 

Dec. 6-Jan. 3

Holiday Resident Artist Exhibition

Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

Silver Street resident artists exhibit new works in a group show.

 

Jan. 15-Feb. 28

INTERNATIONAL DISCOVERIES V 

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

Curated by FotoFest Curatorial Team – Steven Evans, Wendy Watriss, Frederick Baldwin and Jennifer Ward

This is the fifth in a popular series of exhibitions of outstanding new talent that the FotoFest curatorial team has discovered during their participation in photography events around the world. It features the outstanding work of ten to twelve photographic artists hailing from Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Canada, and the United States.

 

March 19-May 2

INTERNATIONAL DISCOVERIES V 

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

Curated by FotoFest Associate Curator Jennifer Ward

This exhibition will present a range of artists responding to contemporary issues of technology, information systems, surveillance, and access.

 

May 16-June 27

Resident Artist Exhibition

Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery

713.444.4509 | www.silverstreethouston.com

Silver Street resident artists exhibit new works in a group show.

 

Oct. 8-Nov. 21

Talent in Texas VI

FotoFest at Silver Street Studios, Corridor Gallery and Houston Center for Photography (1441 W. Alabama St, 77006)

Curated by Catherine Anspon, Arts + Features Executive Editor at PaperCity

713-223-5522 | www.fotofest.org

Fotofest and Houston Center for Photography (HPC) continue their ongoing collaboration with the sixth exhibition in this series highlighting the work of artists in the Lone Star State.