Interview: Anne Tucker with Susie Kalil

Anne Wilkes Tucker received undergraduate degrees from Randolph Macon Woman’s College, Lynchberg, Virginia, and the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, and a Graduate Degree from the Visual Studies Workshop, a division of the State University of New York. After working in various museums and universities, she joined the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in … Continued

Interview: Clint Willour with Robert Rosenberg

In Houston, there are a handful of people who have shaped and defined the world of photography for many years. I recently had occasion to sit down for a talk about photog¬raphy and the art world with Clint Willour, the long time-curator behind the Galveston Arts Center and a major benefactor of the Museum of … Continued

Interview: Richard Misrach with Peter Brown

I have followed and enjoyed Richard Misrach’s work since the mid 1970s. In 1985, I did an interview with him for the Winter issue of spot. That interview is available online at the HCP website. Richard’s work needs little introduction. He is among the most prominent photographers of his generation and his work has been … Continued

The Lunch Party

No sign anywhere of PHOTOGRAPHY you say, bah, no problem there, photography not dead yet, yes, dead, good, photography dead photograph THAT. [1] IF AND WHERE TO START Weighty questions – as to the form and fate of photography in 2010-11; whether we are photographers, artists, or media practitioners; whether photography or art itself are … Continued

The Peripatetic Photographer

Sally Gall is a photographer living and working in New York City. In addition to her fine art career, she teaches photography, and works as an editorial and advertising landscape and lifestyle photographer. Her work is in numerous museums and private collections and she has been awarded several prestigious fellowships, which include two MacDowell Colony … Continued

spotlight: with Galina Kurlat and Shelley Calton

The idea of artist dialogue came about because HCP is always trying to create new ways for artists to meet and talk about their work. Membership has grown to an all time high, and while that is something to celebrate, HCP should also feel like an intimate place where artists can openly talk about their … Continued


It’s an interesting time in photography – the medium has become so dispersed throughout the culture. Photography, as a term, may no longer be adequate; it represents a tradition that artists came from and not necessarily where they operate today. There are pictures of nearly everything now – on our cell phones, in surveillance, on … Continued