about The Exhibit
The 'Grand Canyon Photographs' is an exhibit celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park. The park was established on February 26, 1919. This exhibit features traditional Black and White photographs, color photographs, and some very unique hand-tinted color photographs... reminiscent of the vintage look of early hand-colored photography, common from the mid 19th century till the mid 20th century.
This photography exhibit will also feature some interesting 'vintage looking' panoramic images shot on film, as well as some night photography shot with modern digital equipment. In addition to the traditional and contemporary still photography, a large 4K digital monitor will play a looping time-lapse video that compresses the ever changing light, hues, and weather of the majestic Grand Canyon into several minutes of immersive video.
George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
March 1, 2019 through June 9, 2019
SAM Houston Memorial Museum - Walker Center
June 11, 2019 through September 6, 2019
Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts
September 9, 2019 through January 11, 2020
For more information about the Grand Canyon Centennial Photography Project exhibit please use the convenient contact form below: