A group of local organizations is partnering with the World Press Photo Foundation to bring the World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 to Washington this November. The exhibition represents the best visual journalism of the past year and is seen by 4 million people in 100 cities throughout the world.
Images of the world’s top news stories of 2016 captured by the members of the White House News Photographers Association.
From the submissions to the 2017 Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice Awards, 60 images were selected to showcase the extraordinary work of outdoor photographers in 59 countries.
Presented by The Pulitzer Center and TIME Magazine, Finding Home documents three families at the heart of Europe’s refugee crisis.
Through images and narrative, including graphically stylized commentary, “Bridging the Americas: Community and Belonging From Panama to Washington, D.C.,” tells of the personal experiences of Panamanians and Zonians living in and commuting and navigating between the nation’s capital area and Panama.
A selection of some 60 photographs in the Gallery’s collection made possible by Robert B. Menschel are on view in an exhibition that examines how the act of posing for a portrait changed with the invention of the medium.
This annual exhibition showcases the stories and lives of women, in women’s voices.
“Celebration: Snapshots of African American Communities” is a display of 22 photographs that reflect the diversity of the African American experience.
An exhibition of photos documenting protests in the nations capital in support of immigrants and refugees.
Even in the age of digital manipulation and Photoshop, the vast majority of viewers interpret a photographic image as a reliable index of what appeared before the camera at the moment the picture was captured.
“The Sweat of Their Face: Portraying American Workers” is a multi-faceted exhibition that will present nearly 100 representations of laborers to explore the role of working people in the formation, self-definition and development of the United States.
Monochrome Collective presents the photography of Adam Davies and Kate Warren. Planes of Reference features familiar vistas experienced from unfamiliar vantage points
DIS\PLACE is an invitation to reflect on notions of home through the lens of displacement.
Weddings are a remarkable spectacle. Not only do they provide the ceremonial occasion to meld families, they mediate social categories through a public display of private emotions.
A joint-exhibition by French photographer Anne-Lise Large and Mexican photographer Alejandro Gutierrez, curated by Fabian Goncalves that is part of FOTOWEEKDC.
Join The Hillyer Art Space for bagels and coffee as we learn about the cyanotype process from DC-based artist Katherine Akey.
Learn from renowned photographer Jonathan Zuck, as he discusses the techniques and strategies specifically for taking better "environmental portraiture."
A discussion and demonstration with UrbanStems Head of Products Cameron Hardesty and acclaimed product photographer Laura Metzler.
Feast for The Eyes: On Food Photography with Aperture's Denise Wolff + Food Photography / Styling Demo with Farrah Skeiky
Join the editor of Aperture's Feast for The Eyes for a talk and shooting experience covering food photography’s rich history.
Join us at FotoWeekCentral for a discussion and book signing with the creators of Once Upon A Time In Almeria.
FotoTalk with the poet Pr. Ethelbert Miller, the historian Pr. Donald Earl Collins and the Black Dolls artist, Mirtho Linguet.
Photographers Bill Bernstein, Tina Paul and Alice Arnold will share their experiences photographing the burgeoning subcultures found in clubs and issues of Race, Community, Gentrification and Alternative Lifestyles will be woven into the Q&A session.
Join Leica and Susan Meiselas for an opening reception and book signing for "Nicaragua”.
A Meet-The-Artist event with Steven Cummings, of Gentrified Wood.
Join Arthur Jafa, one of the foremost influencers in black cinema, as he engages in discussion with renowned jazz musician, Steve Coleman.
Capturing the story with a camera: Hear from New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalists.
A conversation with New York Times photojournalists Todd Heisler and Leslye Davis, lead by Meaghan Looram, a New York Times photo editor.
Public Opening event for "Together Alone" exhibition.
Artz Road Studio will be featuring selections from Brian Dailey’s Impressions of Africa Redux.
Join The National Holocaust Museum for an exhibition opening and panel discussion around the recent events in Sudan, as an part of their FotoWeekDC exhibition.
Abelardo Morell is a Boston-based artist, known best for his Camera Obscura images, whose work has been shown at more than 70 museums including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
DIS/PLACE opening reception.
Urban Mirrors is an invitation to be a part of a new perspective, to get rid of the rational way to see the city.
From November 14th-17th, larger then life photos will be projected on the side of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, each night beginning at 5:30pm.