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November 12 -20 2016
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From portraits of Alfred Hitchcock and Kate Moss, to Las Vegas landscapes and still-life photographs of King Tut artifacts, Albert Watson has made his mark as a photographer who blends art with fashion and commercial work.
Mark your calendars for the annual launch of the FotoWeekDC Festival, featuring exhibition viewings, live music, open bar, photobooths and more!
The artists of Shoreline, Greg Kahn, Glen McClure and Miller Taylor examine facets of coastal communities through the photographic lens.
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.
For more than a century, Canada operated a network of Indian Residential Schools to forcibly assimilate indigenous youth into white Canadian society. These are the survivors.
Women Photojournalists Of Washington’s 10 year Anniversary Retrospective show will showcase the best of WPOW’s decade in photojournalism.
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.
Inner City Hues is a vibrant collection of photography and painting that explores neighborhoods through layered compositions of architecture and design affected by time.
Selections from National Geographic Photo Camp and VisionWorkshops.
The latest installment of Mustafah Abdulaziz’s acclaimed Water series focuses on the drought crisis in California. The Berlin-based photographer was the winner of the Professional Commission category of the second Syngenta Photography Award, Scarcity/Waste.
The FotoWeekDC photography contest winners exhibition on view at FotoWeekCentral presents selections from three categories: Fine Art, Photojournalism and Photographer’s Choice.
WiLDSPEAK will be a collection of imagery showcasing the iconic works of iLCP Fellows presenting at this year’s event.
Leading DC art photographers and educators, including Gary Anthes, Iwan Bagus, Andy Bloxham, Soomin Ham, Amy Hendrick, Leena Jayaswal, Steven Marks, Rania Razak, Shaun Schroth, and Alexandra Silverthorne will explore the nexus between art theory and photographic practice
Sam Abell, one of America’s most influential photographers, who enjoyed adistinguished thirty-three year career at the National Geographic Society, chose 35 photographs for the PHOTO ’16 competition.
Leading DC art photographers and educators, including Gary Anthes, Iwan Bagus, Andy Bloxham, Soomin Ham, Amy Hendrick, Leena Jayaswal, Steven Marks, Rania Razak, Shaun Schroth, and Alexandra Silverthorne will explore the nexus between art theory and photographic practice.
Two surrealist films will be shown as part of SPAIN arts and culture's "the Films of Luis Buñuel, objects of desire" series.
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.
Exhibition Opening to inaugurate newest series of works by Latela Artist & Conceptual Photographer Marisa S. White.
Join Nat Geo photographers Becca Skinner and Robbie Shone as they share how social media is helping them show you some of the world’s hidden wild spaces.
Join us at Renee Comet’s professional studio as she offers her tips and techniques for getting started in food photography.
Join New Yorker staff writer Margaret Talbot and movie critic Nell Minow for the Political Nightmares Film Series.
See the city like you’ve never seen it before. Discover urban wild spaces with National Geographic photographers Robbie Shone and Becca Skinner.
Experience the breadth of National Geographic storytelling in a series of six short films by and about our explorers and photographers.
On the opening night of the photography exhibition, this panel discussion will examine the recent track record of atrocity prevention efforts.
Images of countries where persecuted groups face potentially genocidal threats, projected onto the Museum’s exterior walls, help focus the attention of leaders and the public on the ongoing need to give true meaning to “Never Aga
Part of FotoWeekDC, join us on Wednesday, November 16th from 7pm-9pm for a mini workshop with photographer Marisa S. White. Marisa will be discussing her background and creative process, as well as giving a post-process demonstration.
Join us for an image review as well as informative session covering camera, photography and editing tips
Veteran National Geographic photographer Cory Richards uses his camera to share a fascinating personal journey of struggle and redemption.
Robin Hammond has been sparking change for his entire career, using his camera to record human rights and development issues around the globe through long-term photography projects.