|Ellsworth Kelly Blue Yellow Red, 1992 3-color lithograph 37" x 36"|
Excited to be a part of this cool show at the Barry Whistler Gallery. Blue, Yellow, Red features work by Ellsworth Kelly, Ann Stautberg, John Wilcox and me. I have two new images in the show, one from Mexico and one from Texas. Come see them Saturday!
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Stanley is on Instagram! I have enough slides to keep it going for at least a few years.
Follow along for #kodachrome #vintageneimanmarcus inspiration.
Monday, March 02, 2015
|March 2015. Texas Observer|
Happy Texas Independence Day! Check out the current March 2015 issue of the Texas Observer. Page 45. Eye on Texas features my photographs from Marfa that are on exhibition in Framing Desire at the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth. Also, I love this Ultimate Texas Bucket list on the Texas Standard. Hear it here.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
|(left) Misty Keasler, Igloo Waiting Area, Hotel Gang Snowman, Osaka, 2004 (right) Allison V. Smith, Parked, May 2011. Marfa, Texas, |
Due to inclement weather, aka Thundersleet, the conversation I was scheduled to have tonight with Modern curator Andrea Karnes and fellow fine art photographer, Misty Keasler, will be rescheduled for March 10. Same time and place. Hope you can make it! Read more here.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
|installation at The Modern. February 2015. Fort Worth, Texas. ©Allison V. Smith|
Monday, February 16, 2015
Hey Dallas photographers. It's what we do! I hope you are planning on hearing Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow photographer Lynsey Addario at the Dallas Museum of Art Friday night. Reserve your tickets here. Read Beatriz Terrazas review here.
Monday, February 09, 2015
|Larry Bell. October 2014. Marfa, Texas © Allison V. Smith|
I photographed artist Larry Bell with his installation : 6x6 An Improvisation at Chianti Foundation in Marfa, Texas last October. I had my Hasselblad , two rolls of film and about 10 minutes. We clicked. See more artists portraits on my archive.
Friday, February 06, 2015
I've been scanning old family photos quiet a bit lately. This one charmed me. I am guessing this cat loving, stylish woman is a friend of my grandmother's. I love the neat lawn and the off centeredness of this snap. I am guessing it was made sometime in the early 30s in St. Louis. #savefamilyphotos