Idylls at the World Bank

On Jul 6, 2009 in Blog, Exhibits | No Comments
Idylls at the World Bank

The Idylls show at the World Bank ended last week. Here are a few photos in case you didn’t get to see it in person. The building itself is a work of art, so it was inspiring to see the work of familiar friends and DC artists in this unique space.  

All Photographers Now

On Jun 5, 2009 in Blog | No Comments
All Photographers Now

For a few seconds my Carabanchel image was on display at the New York Photo Festival. Actually, it’s not a particularly exclusive honor, as anyone who submitted a photo through the website had their work projected on the wall in the festival headquarters. But the organizers went a step further and emailed a photograph of […]

Idylls

On May 19, 2009 in Blog, Exhibits | No Comments
Idylls

Idylls In partnership with the World Bank Art Programjuried by Andrea Pollan, Director of Curator’s Office The World Bank Main Complex Front Lobby Gallery 1818 H Street, NWWashington, DC 20433 Opening reception on Friday, May 29 from 6-8pm. The works can also be viewed around the clock from the glass exterior of the building on […]

Idylls

On Mar 28, 2009 in Blog, Exhibits | No Comments

May 29 – July 3, 2009Organized by the Washington Project for the Arts and the World Bank Art Program Juried by Andrea Pollan, Director of Curator’s OfficeOpening Reception: Friday, May 29 6-8pm The World Bank Main Complex, Front Lobby Gallery 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC Four photographs of mine from abandoned sites in Spain, […]

Cárcel de Carabanchel

On Nov 19, 2008 in Blog, Travels | 2 Comments
Cárcel de Carabanchel

The Carabanchel prison in Madrid is one of the most infamous architectural landmarks from Spain’s decades of dictatorship. General Francisco Franco ordered construction of the prison in the 1940s to house the regime’s many political prisoners. The complex is designed on the panopticon model, with the cell blocks extending outwards from a round central tower. […]