Surf Texas: Kenny Braun’s Exhibition & Book Signing

by Peter Wiliams on March 20, 2014



Kenny Braun will be signing books at the opening of his Surf Texas exhibition at Stephen L. Clark Gallery this Saturday, 3/22, from 6-9 p.m. We’re so glad to have had the chance to collaborate with this fine photographer. Hope to see you there!

An excerpt from the UT Press 2014 Catalog:

“The urge to ride a wave, the search for the next perfect swell, is an enduring preoccupation that draws people to coastlines around the world. In recent decades, surfing has grown into a multimillion-dollar industry with over three million surfers in the United States alone and an international competitive circuit that draws top surfers to legendary beaches in Hawaii, California, and Australia.

But away from the crowds and the hype, dedicated surfers catch waves in places like the Texas Gulf Coast for the pure pleasure of being in harmony with life, their sport, and the ocean. Kenny Braun knows that primal pleasure,as both a longtime Texas surfer and a fine art photographer who has devoted years to capturing the surf culture on Texas beaches. In Surf Texas, he presents an eloquent photo essay that portrays the enduring fascination of surfing, as well as the singular and sometimes unexpected beauty of the coast.”



Two Meat Plate: Wyatt McSpadden at AgavePrint for EAST!

by Peter Wiliams on October 29, 2013


“Last Launch” Dan Winters’ Latest Exhibition at Fahey/Klein Gallery

July 12, 2013

One great reason to visit LA this summer! We love working with Dan, and this project was no exception. These framed prints were made in two sizes, 44″ x 57.5″ and 30″ x 40″ and will be showing at Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles starting tonight, Thursday, July 11. Thanks again, Dan, for including us in this […]

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Heading West

June 26, 2013

AgavePrint is west Texas bound for the rest of the week. See you back in the shop on Monday, July 1!

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June 11, 2013

© Lauren Jaben 2013 We had the opportunity to print and frame these lovely 44″ x 36″ prints for Loli Kantor. If you’re in Fort Worth June 22-August 3, please stop by William Campbell Contemporary Art for a chance to view these images and more, all part of a group show entitled Group ƒ.8 DESERTS, SEAS, AND JOURNEYS. […]

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Tsujiki Fish Market map by Molly O’Halloran

January 13, 2013

It was a pleasure to work once again with our  friend Molly O’Halloran on this beautiful map project. Molly was commissioned to produce this map of the Tsujiki Fish Market in Tokyo for Mark Hall, producer/director of Sushi: The Global Catch, a documentary about sushi becoming  a world-wide phenomenon. It explores the tradition, growth and future […]

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E.A.S.T. at AgavePrint! November 10-18.

November 7, 2012

  This year, AgavePrint is stop number 183 on the East Austin Studio Tour. In addition, Austin Art Alliance has included us in their fundraiser, Art Night Austin: Preview EAST. Tickets are still available for this catered preview tour of six different E.A.S.T. venues. Please stop by AgavePrint during the next two weeks and take in the […]

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Dan Winters’s America: Icons and Ingenuity

September 18, 2012

The work of photographer and friend of AgavePrint, Dan Winters, is being featured in an exhibition at the Telfair Museums’s Jepson Center, in Savannah, GA., September 14 — November 11. From the Telfair Museums’s website: “Dan Winters has spent more than two decades creating memorable photographs for such publications as The New York Times Magazine, Vanity […]

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Portraits Of Holocaust Survivors on NPR

August 29, 2012

NPR’s Daily Picture Show featured a nice description of Dennis Darling’s work photographing survivors of the Terezín prison camp. You can find it here.

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Dennis Darling’s portraits of survivors

August 27, 2012

“Creativity in the Face of Death: The Contemporary Resonance of Terezín,” a three-day symposium to be held at The University of Texas at Austin, will explore the enduring influence of music and art created by prisoners at Terezín (Theresienstadt), the “model ghetto” near Prague designed by the Nazis as a sham showcase to mask their […]

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