- Sat08May202111:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.https://www.facebook.com/visual.arts.alliance/ live/
Contemporary Photography with Gallerist Geoffrey KoslovProgram events
Join Visual Arts Alliance Saturday, May 8, at 11:00 a.m. for a presentation from Geoffrey Koslov, “Looking at Contemporary Photography Today.” This program will be live streamed on VAA’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/visual.arts.alliance/ live/.
How are the content and presentation of photography changing today? Gallerist and reviewer Geoffrey Koslov will address this question in a a discussion which will be of interest to collectors and artists that want to challenge their appreciation, perception and understanding of this evolving medium.
Geoffrey Koslov co-founded Foto Relevance Gallery, located in the museum district of Montrose in Houston, Texas, for contemporary photography-based art. He is interested in the creative use of media, light and new ways of seeing our diverse world through many different genres of photographic expression. In addition to life now as a Gallerist, and a life-long passion for photography, Geoffrey has 40 plus years of business experience he brings to the arts. Geoffrey is a collector himself who also enjoys writing about photographers he meets who are creating new and challenging work. He had served for many years on the Photography Acquisitions Subcommittee of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), and the Board of Directors for the Houston Center for Photography (HCP). He was formerly a member of HCP’s Exhibitions Committee and a former co-chair of its Print Auction. Geoffrey previously participated as a reviewer with Fotofest, the Center for Fine Art Photography (CFAP), the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC), The Medium Festival of Photography, PhotoLucida, Critical Mass, PhotoVisa, and ASmith Gallery. Other organizations in which he participates are the MFAH’s Photo Forum, and several photography critique groups, including Pixels&Silver, the Houston Inner Loop Photography, and the Houston Photographic Society.