Three prints from Professor Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) Honky Tonk series were recently acquired by The Getty Museum. The RISD Museum showcased Honky Tonk in a one-person show in 2007.
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Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) recently published Histories: Tales from the 70s, which features work much of it made while he was student at RISD. The book was designed by Ernesto Aparicio (Senior Critic, Graphic Design). Images published in the volume were recently shown at ClampArt, New York City.
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) will be giving the Gary Metz Lecture on 03/08/16 at 7:00PM in the Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center.
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) recently gave a talk at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, FL. The lecture marked the end of an exhibition of works drawn from his book ANIMALIA. The exhibit moves on to the UMass-Dartmouth, University Art Gallery (715 Purchase Street, New Bedford) and runs from February 18th through to […]
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography/Illustration) is showing work from his book ANIMALIA at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida through February.
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography and Illustration) screened his documentary SPOKE this fall at the Austin Film Festival and the Alexandria Film Festival. The film premiered in the summer at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. Spoke traces the storied 50-year history of one of Austin’s must illustrious music venues, the Broken Spoke. The […]
The Los Angeles RISD Alumni Group threw a party for Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) to celebrate his public lecture at The Annenberg Space for Photography. Henry’s HONKY TONK photographs and his recent film SPOKE are featured in the museum’s new exhibition Country: Portraits of an American Sound. The exhibit presents images of the pioneers, poets […]
A portfolio of photographs by Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) from his HONKY TONK series were published by National Geographic PROOF in May. His work is also represented in the current show at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, “Artificial Light: Flash Photography in the Twentieth Century.”
Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) film SPOKE premiered recently at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, in a show that included his HONKY TONK work.