Snow on peaks

Snow on peaks

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

"Mexico Lindo" at The Wittliff

I am happy to have an image in The Wittliff's current show running from August 1-December 13, 2013.

Tarahumara Dancer
"Mexico Lindo" exults in the beauty of Mexico with more than 100 images by 49 photographers from The Wittliff's permanent holdings.  Titled in tribute to the famous song, "Mexico lindo y querido". More than 100 photographs by 49 photographers are presented.
Photographers like John Christian, Richard Speedy and myself have long been inspired by the indigenous cultures of Mexico, such as the Tarahumara and the Huichol. Border images on view by Joel Salcido and Miguel Gandert were taken in Juarez. Among the landscapes and street scenes are images by Faustinus Dereat, Robin Renee Hix, Robb Kendrick, George Miller, and Geoff Winningham. 
  Follow this link to see more information on The Wittliff Collection.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

FireLight- an Exhibition

The Mexican Consolate of Dallas has given me this wonderful opportunity to show my work:

                         The Mexican Consulate Presents: 


"The FireLight" Series
Photographs by Kitty Alice Snead
February-May 2013
Opening Reception:
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
6:30-8:30 pm
1210 River Bend Dr.
Dallas, TX 75247

The Raramuri people know a secret: the essence of life. In order to preserve it, they rarely ever grant access to outsiders into their world.
I am no stranger- I am "adopted family". That's why I share their universe with you through a ceremony rarely photographed at night: FireLight.
Share with us authentic food, drinks and the Raramuri Culture through photographs, folk art, textiles, & video.