Houston (Feb. 26, 2018) - Foto Relevance, Houston's first fine art gallery focused on contemporary photography, is pleased to announce that it has opened a new office and gallery space located in the Audubon Place Historic District of Montrose. Foto Relevance represents emerging and established contemporary photographic artists and provides informed guidance on the acquisition of contemporary fine art. In addition, Foto Relevance continually studies the art market and conducts research to collaborate with clients and to consult with artists who are taking new directions in photography.
"Houston is a vibrant center for the arts and photography. Foto Relevance was created to provide a 21st century gallery platform designed to help our clients find the best new collectible fine art photography available today, regionally and globally," said Foto Relevance Co-founder Geoffrey Koslov.
In celebration of the opening of its new exhibition space, Foto Relevance will present the work of nine gallery artists: Deborah Bay, Fikry Botros, Marti Corn, Vladimir Frumin, Torrie Groening, Martin Holmes, Julia McLaurin, Jane Szabo, and Lou Vest. This inaugural exhibition will showcase contemporary photographers representing a beautiful and diverse range of styles and techniques.
"We look forward to working with seasoned collectors and also clients who are new to contemporary art and photography. Connecting artists with collectors and placing beautiful and exquisite work in residences and commercial spaces is very rewarding. We are thrilled to be opening in an historic neighborhood in Houston, concurrent with the 2018 FotoFest Biennial of which we will be a Participating Space," added Foto Relevance Co-founder Bryn Larsen. For more information call 281.989.4356 or visit www.fotorelevance.com.