Expansion V references new projects and aesthetic directions undertaken by the
portfolio group of Emmitt Booher, Paul Schranz, Storm Sermay, Sirous Partovi, and
James Rodgers. The exhibition was curated by Emmitt Booher.
Dona Ana Arts Council Arts & Cultural Center
Mesilla, New Mexico
Artist Reception October 19th.
THROUGH THE EYES OF BORDERLAND PHOTOGRAPHERS
Artist reception September 8, 6 - 9 PM
Le Fe Cultural Center (click for map)
El Paso, Texas
The 4th annual invitational visual stills exhibition features a diverse group of photographers displaying their individual and unique vision.
Two of my four photographs in Foto Frontera are shown above. There will be an additional eight images shown in an audio/visual presentation at the opening reception.
Water on the Border-The Border Artists
Branigan Cultural Center
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Artists' Reception, July 7, 5-7PM
Exhibition duration: June 30-September 16, 2017
I am looking forward to my first exhibition with The Border Artists. I have long admired this organization for it's diverse, creative and inspiring artists. The exhibition will feature works by 19 artist members in multiple mediums that address the topic of water in the Rio Grande US/Mexico border region. Three of my works will be represented in this show, two archival pigment prints and a varnished vellum over silver leaf triptych.
ILLUMINANCE:2017: A Musical View
Buddy Holly Center, "Where Art and Music Collide"
Juror; Brett Erickson, Closing reception featuring talk by Brett on July 22.
Three of my photographs where accepted in this exhibition. A National biennial photography exhibit that explores the long-standing relationship between music and photography. Invited photographers explore the intercourse of tone, color and image, in all its powerful permutations.
Annual New Mexico Photographic Arts Show
New Mexico Expo Fine Arts Building
Albuquerque, New Mexico
North American Nature Photography Association
"Tracks" , a winter photograph in Yellowstone National Park was accepted and printed in NANPA's annual photography competition.
High and Dry XIV
A photographic exhibition of peoples & places of the world’s dry lands
November 23-January 25, 2017
Juror: Amy Holmes George
First Place Award-"Jornada del Muerto"
"Your photograph is simply stunning. It is the quintessential "high and dry" image. I was struck by the grand sense of scale and how I felt as if I was floating high above the landscape. The many layers of information offer so much to the eye. And, even the choice to print the image in black and white seems to convey a sense of "dryness" . . .
International Eye of the Camera-2016
Juried Photography Exhibit sponsored by the El Paso Art Association and The International Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas.
Best of Show, B&W awarded to Casa Grande through the Window_Big Bend National Park
Sponsor's Award awarded to Ascension_Bosque del Apache
Exhibit to be on display through August 31, 2016
Both prints are available as Limited Edition framed or unframed. Please contact me for series numbers available and pricing.
Mesilla, New Mexico photographer Emmitt Booher was recently featured on KRWG Public Television's Living Here program. This installment of Living Here discusses Emmitt's recent Artist in Residence assignment, as well as, some of his favorite places to photograph. The segment was filmed at the Rio Grande Theatre and produced by Christian Valle.
Spring Announcements 2016
It is an honor to be named the 2016 Artist-in-Residence for the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. I look forward to representing the Monument’s rich legacy through my photographs, and building public awareness for its majestic beauty.
My work is now represented by The Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography in Carrizozo, New Mexico. Since opening it's doors in 2014 the TBGOP has garnered many accolades for it's commitment of representing New Mexico through photography. At over 7,500 sq ft of exhibition space, it is the largest All Photography, All New Mexico, gallery in the State. When traveling across New Mexico, take some time to check out the gallery and the, soon to be famous, 12th street scene.