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Pam Francis: Music of the South

PAST
UPCOMING
Exhibition
Photography

The exhibition spans more than three decades of Pam Francis’s (1954-2020) art practice – from 1990-2020, showcasing 50 photographs including Lyle Lovett, BB King, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard of ZZ Top, Hank Williams, Jr., Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Bun B, Slim Thug, Tony Draper, Destiny’s Child, I. G. Gosey, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Selena, La Mafia, and Emilio Navarro. A first look of Francis’s work is dedicated to the musicians of the South (Texas- Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and Tennessee – Nashville).

Time
Dates
11/13/21
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2/1/22
Location
Z Atrium - L1 Front Lobby
Hours
Mon
Closed
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Tue
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Wed
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Thu
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Fri
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Sat
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Sun
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Open to the public

About the Artist

About the Exhibitor

Pam Francis is considered one of the top editorial and portrait photographers in Houston.

Francis’s ability to execute images that expose the personality and private side of her sitters have led to her wide acclaim. Her photographs are seen by many as powerful images that embody a bold and an American view on contemporary life and pop culture. Francis is a people photographer, she captured and made timeless something about the person.

More About the Program

Credit

Curation

Christine Starkman, Curator of Contemporary Art, POST Houston

With the Support of