Exhibition “Losing Skyline and other stories” by Vladimir Frumin


  • Start: January 19, 2018 8:30 am
  • End: March 2, 2018 5:00 pm

Bissonnet Street, Houston, Texas, United States

Solo Exhibition by well-known Houston photographer Vladimir Frumin
“Losing Skyline and other stories: Landscapes, Pantomime, Performance and Still Life.”

Opening Reception and a meeting with the photographer: Friday, January 19, 7:30p.m.
Wine will be served.

Vladimir Frumin won Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship Award by Houston Center for Photography. His portfolio “I am American” had been chosen by Sony for an exhibition in Summerset House (London). The fine art photos by Vladimir are presented on the sites of National Geographic, Hasselblad and others.

Vladimir Frumin is an artist whose art reflects a connection with people from all walks of life.

This exhibition, “Losing Skyline and Other Stories”, are his visual essays expressed in his own unique style of black & white photography that has given him worldwide recognition. The series “Losing Skyline” is Frumin’s venture into nature. He takes ordinary trees , bushes and landscape and infuses a mood and sense of moment.

All his images are created with purpose. The pantomime images, performance art and still life series reflect a conversation about people to create a dialogue between the image and the viewer. Welcome to this exhibition that will challenge one’s perception of everyday people, objects and places as we thought we understood them.

Admission is free.

All photos are available for sale.
Each photo is a limited edition: 15 copies.

SPONSORS:

City of Houston logo HAATCA art works  Russian General Store*This project is funded in part by a grant of the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance