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Award-winning architectural photo exhibit to be displayed at TSC
Photograph by Peter Molick of Wolf’s Money to Loan and Wolf’s Jewelry Repair & Pawn Shop in Houston. Molick’s photographs, along with over 100 others, will be on display at the “Houston: Uncommon Modern” photo exhibit from March 28 through April 28 at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center.Photograph by Peter Molick of Wolf’s Money to Loan and Wolf’s Jewelry Repair & Pawn Shop in Houston. Molick’s photographs, along with over 100 others, will be on display at the “Houston: Uncommon Modern” photo exhibit from March 28 through April 28 at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center.

Texas Southmost College (TSC) presents the "Houston: Uncommon Modern" photo exhibit by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The exhibit opens on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 10 a.m. with an opening reception and presentation by preservation leader and author Anna Mod.

The exhibit, featuring over 100 photographs, will be on display at the TSC ITEC Center, located at 301 Mexico Blvd. in Brownsville, from March 28 through April 28, 2017, during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

"Houston: Uncommon Modern" is a preservation minded project that documents, analyzes and celebrates Houston's abundance of secondary and tertiary midcentury buildings hidden in plain sight. Churches, office buildings, business parks, donut shops, schools and gas stations show off the design and materials of these overlooked architectural resources of Houston's sprawling and often underappreciated cityscape.

The exhibit also displays Houston's transformation from the "Bayou City" to "Space City" in the three decades following World War II.

Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement US (Docomomo) honored this exhibit with the 2016 Modernism in America Award, describing the selections as "exemplary of the efforts going on all over the country as the awareness of the importance to advocate, restore and celebrate the architecture, landscapes and typologies of postwar society in the United States."

The exhibit is sponsored by TSC, Houston Mod and RGV Mod.

About Texas Southmost College
Originally established in 1926, Texas Southmost College currently offers the first two years toward a bachelor's degree, along with career and technical education leading to certificates and associate degrees, college preparatory studies to prepare students for college-level work, workforce training, and continuing education. Recently selected as a Bright Spot by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, TSC offers over 50 programs of study leading to an associate degree or certificate.