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Alta Arts extends its appreciation to the Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin and to FotoFest for their support of this amazing retrospective exhibition featuring Bob Gomel.

The triumphs and tragedies of the 1960s provided photographer Bob Gomel extraordinary opportunities to help advance American photojournalism. As the images in Eyewitness demonstrated, when history was made, Gomel often was there, making iconic and innovative images of world leaders and events, athletes and entertainers, and great moments in contemporary history — including President John F. Kennedy, the Beatles, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X, and Marilyn Monroe.

This exhibition, presented by Alta Arts and sponsored by the Briscoe Center for American History at The University of Texas at Austin, and in conjunction with the 2024 FotoFest Biennial, served as a retrospective of Gomel’s work and included photographs from his personal collection that were featured for the first time in a public showing.

Multi-Zen-Sery open from 11 am to 8 pm. Closing reception on Saturday, August 5 from 5 to 8 pm.

July 22 through August 5, 2023

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

17Oct2024
05Sep2024
17Oct2024
Performance

Raquel Cepeda – Save the Date

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm / Studio Space

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The Alta Arts is pleased to announce the opening of Superimposed, featuring recent and new works by Houston artists Luisa Duarte, Molly Koehn, and Carlos Pozo. Through screen printing, drawing, weaving and more, each artist explores form and layering in their work, pulling inspiration from the architecture around us, from their pasts, and from their imaginations.

Studio Space - home of The Alta Arts

The Alta Arts is an interdisciplinary art charitable nonprofit dedicated to creating variegated and dynamic programming that engages our diverse communities and provides opportunities for artists, performers, students and more. 

Founded in 2020, the organization is the primary tenant of the former studio of famed Houston architect Victor A. Lundy that is now owned by Studio Space LLC.  

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Houston is home to a variety of densely populated and diverse neighborhoods – many lacking a dedicated area or program devoted to the appreciation of the cultural arts and architecture. Alta Arts mission is to enhance a region of scarcity by elevating opportunities for a wide variety of performance and visual artists/architects to showcase their works as well as educate the general public. See how you can help contribute to our mission. 

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