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I am participating in two photography exhibitions opening this week on Friday March 18. I plan to be at Mirror to the World first and head over to the Flash opening later. Mirror to the WorldDocumentary Photography 2011Opening Reception Friday March 18 6-9PMPhotoWorks Gallery, 7300 MacArthur BlvdGlen Echo Park, MD Tenement Fire, Bushwick Brooklyn […]
The cover story on friday’s Washington Post Weekend section highlighted the work of three DC photographers, including Joshua Cogan, Josh Sisk, and myself. Journalist Lavanya Ramanathan provides an engaging look at what drives these three photographers and also includes some expert advice on how to take better pictures. The Post gave lots of space to […]
FLASH will feature 250 photos, 55 photographers and a library of 150 photo books. The 12th and 13th floors of 2450 Crystal Drive will be transformed into a gallery of photography, featuring a multitude of new works. The expansive space will be split up into two locally curated shows, with space dedicated to individual photographers. […]
I’ll have a photograph in this Artomatic exhibit at National Airport … What: A special exhibit featuring pieces by 83 Artomatic artists Where: Reagan National Airport, in the hallway connecting to Terminal A When: March 3 to June 25, 2011 The exhibit features 83 artworks, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional. It taps into the more than 1,500 artists in […]
“Abandoned Lace Factory” by Michael Borek Mirror To The World: Documentary Photography 2011 March 11 – April 17, 2011 Opening Reception: Friday, March 18, 6-9 p.m. Photoworks Gallery in historic Glen Echo Park is proud to present Mirror To The World: Documentary Photography 2011. Mirror To The World seeks to celebrate narrative photography — story telling with photos and […]
Opening Reception Saturday, March 5, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm A unique tasting menu and beverages will be paired with selected works. The Evolve Urban Arts Project is pleased to announce Like Nowhere I’ve Been: Landscapes de un Sueño featuring photographer Mark Parascandola and visual artist John M. Adams. The exhibition examines how these two […]