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As the world’s top non-celebrity account on Instagram, National Geographic, or @natgeo, has more than 56 million followers and over 1 billion likes on its 11,000+ posted images. The exhibition will be a chance to experience the diversity of this innovative and eye-popping content firsthand.
North is Freedom is a photographic essay that celebrates the descendants of freedom-seekers who escaped slavery in the United States by fleeing to Canada.
Larry O'Reilly took up photography in a more serious way after leaving the Smithsonian in 2007, where he had served as Assistant Director of the National Museum of Natural History, in charge of Exhibits and Public Spaces.
Gauri Gill (b. 1970) has been photographing the marginalized communities of western Rajasthan, India, since the late 1990s.
The collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker brings together works of critically important artists who have changed the course of photography through their experimentation and conceptual scope.
Come and enjoy the award-wining images on display at the Photoworks gallery.
This fall the Mexican Cultural Institute is proud to present the exhibit The Overflow of Productivity Logic, featuring select works of modern and contemporary art from the Coppel Collection.
On view this fall at the Phillips are 11 outstanding Aaron Siskind Harlem photographs, recent gifts to the museum, from 1937 and 1940. Siskind’s documentary photographs of Harlem from the 1930s are considered iconic visual statements distinguished by his innate humanism.
Inner City Hues is a vibrant collection of photography and painting that explores neighborhoods through layered compositions of architecture and design affected by time.
DELIMITATIONS catalogs a 2400 mile long, site-specific installation that traces the border between Mexico and the United States as it existed in 1821.
At the height of the Harlem Renaissance, Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964) picked up a camera and discovered the power the photographic portrait has over the photographer himself.
In partnership with the Ibero-American Cultural Attachés Association (AACIA), this exhibition examines how populations of Ibero-American countries have managed to face the vicissitudes caused by climate change through small ventures with more or less technological influence
The Material Instant will present several zoetrope animations and animated videos by Eric Dyer. Dyer uses photographic images as source material that he transforms into animation through zoetrope devices.
All life on earth is interconnected. Cities, societies, and nations depend on healthy natural ecosystems to survive and prosper.
Format is an exhibition featuring small, photo-based works, juried by Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadallah.
On March 16, 2014, in a three-hour conversation, Paola Paredes told her parents “I’m gay.” Parades documented the event in the experimental photography project Unveiled.
You Better Bring Your Own Sun, is a visual autobiography exploring the artist’s physical journey from state to state over the course of several years, forcing the wake of change both physically and emotionally.
The northwestern corner of Ecuador is home to the tallest mangrove trees in the world. Amidst the trees´ towering, almost fantastical, roots, people of nearby Afro-Ecuadorian communities gather black shells as their form of livelihood.
We are pleased to announce Sertão Cerrado, an exhibition of photographs by Brazilian artist José Diniz. Sertão refers to backland region located inside the country, far from the coast. The Cerrado occupies much of the interior.