Share, , , Google Plus, Reddit, Pinterest, StumbleUpon


Posted in:

Art: Photographs of Buffalo Architecture

BRO Submission by Susan Braun:

Biff Henrich will have a solo exhibition of photographs entitled Surrounded by Art: Photographs of Buffalo Architecture in the Buffalo Niagara Visitor Center Gallery beginning March 12th and running until April 17, 2010. The exhibit will feature images of well-known architectural landmarks in the city.

Mr. Henrich has exhibited extensively at galleries and museums around the country including The Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, The Visual Studies Workshop, The California Museum of Photography, Artist Space, and the Albright Knox Art Gallery.  His work is part of many collections including the Albright Knox Art Gallery, The Burchfield Penney Art Center, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Light Work Gallery, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and The Castellani Art Museum.

He has been awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship on two separate occasions and also participated in a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Mr. Henrich was a former director of CEPA Gallery and now is a member of the Board of Directors. Currently, he is the co-owner of a commercial photography and print graphics company here in Buffalo called Keystone Film Productions, Inc.

Buffalo Niagara Visitor Center Gallery
617 Main Street
Buffalo, New York 14203
Open M-F: 9 – 5; Sat: 10 – 2

Written by Buffalo Rising

Buffalo Rising

Sometimes the authors at Buffalo Rising work on collaborative efforts in order to cover various events and stories. These posts can not be attributed to one single author, as it is a combined effort. Often times a formation of a post gets started by one writer and passed along to one or more writers before completion. At times there are author attributions at the end of one of these posts. Other times, “Buffalo Rising” is simply offered up as the creator of the article. In either case, the writing is original to Buffalo Rising.

View All Articles by Buffalo Rising
Hide Comments
Show Comments