Shifting Baselines: Texas Gulf Coast is a studied visual consideration of the culture, environment, and history of the Texas Gulf coast. Viewers are invited to consider their own notions and questions about landscape, our place within it, and the individual and collective involvement in shaping and stewarding it the way we do.
"Island Time: Galveston Artist Residency - The First Four Years" Contemporary Art Museum Houston, November 21, 2015 - February 14, 2016
VICTORIA SAMBUNARIS AT THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART, RENO
The Nevada Museum of Art presents a selection of approximately 40 large scale, color photographs surveying Sambunaris' work. Chronicling the impact of human interference with the landscape of United States, her cross-country exploration is meant to be one "transcendent of political, ethical, or environmental ideology". Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape runs from February 7th – May 3rd, 2015. Read more.
VICTORIA SAMBUNARIS IN SANTA FE
Work by Victoria Sambunaris is included in the exhibition Desert Serenade: Drones, Fences, Cacti, Test Sites, Craters and Serapes, on view through August 31 at the Lannan Foundation Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. The group exhibition features work by Sambunaris, Trevor Paglen, James Turrell, Renate Aller, Subhanker Banerjee, Tom Miller, and Emi Winter. The gallery will host an artist's reception on Saturday, August 9 from 5-7pm.
VICTORIA SAMBUNARIS AT MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY. CHICAGO
Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape is on view currently at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago through March 31, 2013. A public reception with the artist will be held at the museum on February 7 from 5-7pm. The exhibition originated at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY and is generously supported by the Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, NM.
VICTORIA SAMBUNARIS AT SFMOMA
Work by Victoria Sambunaris will feature in the upcoming exhibition, Photography in Mexico: Selected Works from the Collections of SFMOMA and Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser, on display at SFMOMA from March 10 – July 8. Work from Sambunaris' acclaimed series The Border is included in the exhibition, which explores the rich and diverse tradition of Mexican and international photographers working in Mexico since the 1920s.
Victoria Sambunaris' first solo exhibition at a major American museum opened on Friday, October 21 at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. Presented in conjunction with the Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe, NM, the exhibition, Taxonomy of a Landscape, features over forty works from the artist's wide-ranging examination of the American landscape at the intersection of civilization, geology and natural history. The exhibition also includes a comprehensive archival installation recording the artist's travels.
Gallery artists Olivo Barbieri, Mitch Epstein, and Victoria Sambunaris are included in The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art, opening September 24th and running through January 8, 2012.
GALLERY ARTISTS EXHIBITING AT DAVIDSON COLLEGE IN NORTH CAROLINA
Gallery artists Mitch Epstein, David Hilliard, Lisa Kereszi, Andrew Moore, Alex Prager, and Victoria Sambunaris are all included in People Power Places: Reframing the American Landscape, a group exhibition at Davidson College, North Carolina, on view through March 6, 2011.
VICTORIA SAMBUNARIS RECEIVES TWO MAJOR AWARDS
Victoria Sambunaris has been named a recipient of two major artist grants from Anonymous Was a Woman Foundation and Aaron Siskind Foundation.
For more information about the Anonymous Was A Woman Awards, click here, and the Aaron Siskind Foundation, click here.
Opening September 8, 2009, the Hermes Foundation Gallery at 63rd and Madison, NYC will present Terra Firma, an exhibition of Vicky Sambunaris's recent work exploring geologic hot spots in the American West. This summer Sambunaris was also the subject of solo exhibition an the Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe, NM.
GALLERY ARTISTS NOMINATED FOR BAUM AWARD
Victoria Sambunaris and Christian Patterson have been nominated for the 2009 Baum Award for Emerging American Photographer. Lisa Kereszi was the 2005 recipient.