Join Ashlyn Davis, the Executive Director of Houston Center for Photography, for a lively discussion of documentary photography and the documentary aesthetic in relation to the exhibition Dissent and Desire. Light lunch provided.
About Ashlyn Davis
Ashlyn Davis is the Executive Director of Houston Center for Photography and the editor of spot, HCP’s bi-annual magazine about photography that includes artist portfolios, exhibition and book reviews, and interviews.
In addition to her work at HCP, she also writes for photography publications such as GUP Magazine and Ain’t Bad, contributes to artists’ monographs, and has co-edited a conceptual book on nineteenth-century American photography, Islands of the Blest, now in its second edition. She earned her BA in Art History from Pratt Institute and her MA in American Studies with a focus on the history of photography from the University of Texas at Austin.
About Art at Noon
Art at Noon is a short gallery talk followed by a light lunch. Local curators, artists, musicians, and other experts are invited to CAMH to share a new perspective on a specific exhibition.
Photo by Allyson Huntsman