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Fotoseptiembre's 2021 photography exhibitions begin to debut in San Antonio this week

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Gabriel Chavez Zeckua's arial photos of the Alamo City will be on display at UNAM San Antonio. - GABRIEL CHAVEZ ZECKUA / COURTESY OF FOTOEPTIEMBRE
  • Gabriel Chavez Zeckua / Courtesy of Fotoeptiembre
  • Gabriel Chavez Zeckua's arial photos of the Alamo City will be on display at UNAM San Antonio.
San Antonio’s annual celebration of the photographic medium is back with a full slate of virtual and in-person exhibitions.

Starting September 1, a series of online galleries will debut, featuring local and international photographers including Al Rendon (San Antonio), Mami Kiyoshi (Japan/France), Guilherme Bergamini (Brazil), Yang Shun-Fa (Taiwan) and Tracey Maurer (San Antonio).

Exhibitions will open across the city starting August 26 with Gabriel Chavez Zeckua’s “San Antonio — Perspectives From the Sky” (August 26-October 1, UNAM San Antonio Gallery, 600 Hemisfair Plaza).

Notable exhibitions include “In Tempore,” a group exhibition held at Slab Cinema’s new Arthouse space (September 2-25, 134 Blue Star), Hayfer Brea’s “Nothing to Say” (September 2-18, Un Grito Gallery, 1420 S. Alamo St.) and Mari Hernandez’s “Figments of Truth” (September 9-November 13, Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery, Trinity University Dicke Smith Building, One Trinity Place).

Times and locations vary, fotoseptiembreusa.com.

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