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Thursday, September 1, 2011

September First Friday preview

Posted By on Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 9:33 PM

Thursday offered a preview of September shows, with just a taste of what will be on view tonight.

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At Southwest School of Art Laura McPhee's collection of huge analogue C-Prints. That's old school, shot on film, monster photos. Above, "Quartered Rocky Mountain Elk," Milky Creek, White Cloud Mountains, Idaho. Life in the West.

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The Fotoseptiembre opening party at Blue Star Contemporary Art Center featured the Chuck Ramirez retrospective, "Minimally Baroque." Above, his Brooms Series. Also on view are works by Carlos Betancourt, Rodolpho Chaperena and Debra Sugerman.

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At Joan Grona Gallery: “Hither & Thither,” with works by Darrell Roberts and Candace Briceño, curated by Ana Fernandez. Above, Express-News arts writer Steve Bennett and Darrell Roberts.

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A photo in Jenelle Esparza's show "Writing on the Wall," at Justiceworks Studio in the Blue Star complex.

And don't miss a big Fotoseptiembre show opening tonight at the San Antonio Museum of Art, "Animal Instinct: The Photographs of Daniel Lee."


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