Posts Tagged ‘Henry Horenstein’

Spring 2013 Professional Development Grant recipients

The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-April to review project proposals submitted for its Spring 2013 funding cycle. The Committee received requests for over $68,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: Catherine Andreozzi, Associate Professor, Apparel for 3-D printed apparel/footwear to be exhibited at the 3-D Print Show that […]

"Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music" at Galleries in NY and Boston

Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) collection of photographs of country music and its stars, will be on display at: Carroll & Sons, Boston, MA September 27, 2012 Panel discussion 6-8pm at the gallery Music and booksigning to follow: 8-10pm at J.J. Foley’s Pub and Restaurant ClampArt, New York, NY September 28, 2012 Booksigning and music at the […]

"Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music" Newly Expanded

Forty years after Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) began documenting the country music scene in and around Nashville, his love for the music and its people continues. This updated collection of 120 black-and-white photographs from 1972 through 2011, to be published September 3, captures familiar stars and venues and their enthusiastic fans. The publication of Honky […]

Henry Horenstein's current exhibitions

Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) photographs of marine life are on view at The National Aquarium in Baltimore, MD.  His recent burlesque series (SHOW) is on view at the John Cleary Gallery in Houston. This summer photographs from his HONKY TONK series will be at the Bluecoat in Liverpool, England, and photographs from his ANIMALIA series will be […]

Henry Horenstein featured at The First Annual Guatemala Photo Festival

This summer, Professor of Photography Henry Horenstein was part of The First Annual Guatemala Photo Festival, otherwise known as El Festival GuatePhoto. This inaugural festival is being held from July 6-31st, at the Carlos Merida Museum of Modern Art in Guatemala City. The exhibition in which he is featured is called “Enamored”, which is described […]