|Generations apart, Grandfather Stanley Marcus and granddaughter Allison V. Smith take their photos in reflections.|
|I took this pix of Susan taking a pix of the photographers|
taking their pix in those reflections.
Artspace is a spare, open contemporary gallery with a history of fascinating photography exhibits, located in the resurgent downtown. Its very existence says so much about what is happening culturally in the city.
This exhibit is open until March 30 and worth the trip. Admission is free. Allison's chromogenic color prints are for sale, sizes ranging from 20" by 20" to 50" by 50," many taken in Texas and Maine, prices starting at $1,750. But what is priceless to me is to see her grandfather's photography, and think about the influence of one on the other.
|Part of the crowd at the spacious opening of this show.|
|One of my favorites, Hotel, 2005, Marfa, Texas.|
Check her web page to fall in love with her photographic images. They'll be much more precise than these photos taken with my cell phone.
What a grandfatherly-granddaughterly reflection of photography in Oklahoma City.
|Another from Marfa, playfully|
titled "Marfa Lights."
|I think this one is my favorite, also from|
Marfa, "Locker Plant"
|Also a favorite, "Red Shoes in Red Square."|