Published: March 6, 2018

Kevin Hoth's photo of a mountain peak that also contains a circle with a closeup of the peak.Four photographic works by Kevin Hoth, an instructor in the Technology, Arts & Media (TAM) program, are being shown in the group exhibit Vantage Points at Walker Fine Art in Denver.

The images are from Hoth’s series, “Everywhere And All At Once,”  landscape photography captured via alternative vantage points. The show opens with a reception on March 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. and runs until May 5.

“By creating images that combine multiple scenes–albeit from the same vantage point—my aim is to create a two-dimensional image that encompasses a more whole experience of seeing,” says Hoth.

Hoth has shown photography, digital images, video and solo performance work in more than 70 exhibitions around the United States, including most recently at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver and the Houston Center for Photography. Three of his “Everywhere and All at Once” images were also published in the May 2017 issue of Ello’s “Not For Print” magazine.

This spring he is teaching Image and Alternative Digital Imaging for the TAM program.


Kevin Hoth holding a cell phone with a picture of his eye in front of his eye.

If you go
Who: Open to the public.
What: Photos from TAM instructor Kevin Hoth's "Everywhere and All at Once" landscape photography.
When: Opening reception March 16, 6 to 9 p.m. Exhibit runs through May 5.
Where: Walker Fine Art, 300 West 11th Ave #A, Denver.
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