Sarah Sudhoff is a visual artist, educator, and former photo editor for Texas Monthly and Time magazines. She served as Executive Director and Curator for the Texas Photographic Society and is the former Executive Director and Curator of Houston Center for Photography. Sudhoff holds an M.F.A. in Photography from Parsons School of Design, New York, and a B.A. in Journalism and Photography from the University of Texas at Austin. She taught photography at Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Trinity University, San Antonio, and the Art Institute of San Antonio.
Sudhoff’s work interweaves themes of gender, science, and personal experience through photographs —staged and found — as well as through performance, installation, and sculpture. Artist grants from Houston Arts Alliance (2020, 2019 & 2017) and The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation (2013) have furthered her career. Her artwork has been included in exhibitions throughout the U.S. and abroad, including recent and upcoming exhibitions and performances at The Bartlett Project, Barlett; Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art, Houston; The DoSeum, San Antonio; Stay Home Gallery, Paris; Filter Photo, Chicago; PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury; The Pandemic Archive, New York; grayDuck Gallery, Austin; Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, The Health Museum, Houston; Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Denver; Texas Vignette, Dallas; Satellite Art Show, Austin; Experimental Action, Houston; Cindy Lisica Gallery, Houston; Galveston Arts Center, Galveston; Pioneer Works, Brooklyn; Roots & Culture, Chicago; and the DongGang International Photo Festival, South Korea. She has participated in artist residencies at Artpace, San Antonio, the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, Bloomington, Indiana, and The DoSeum in San Antonio, Texas.
1 June 2021 | Season 1 | 1 hr 23 mins
art, houston, performance artist, photograph, photographer, photography, sarah sudhoff
In this episode, Skipper chats with Sarah Sudhoff about her work as an artist and her background as a photographer