Thank you so much to everyone who joined us at our opening of the 13th annual Exposed DC Photography Show! You can view the exhibit through February 24 (free admission); hours are posted on Touchstone Gallery’s website and in our opening night wrap-up. We’re so grateful to our awesome community and all those who help make the show possible year after year. Thank you all!
- Join WPOW: Women Photojournalists of Washington for happy hour tomorrow from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at District Commons.
- Don’t forget to submit your best images exploring the human condition to Focus on the Story’s competition. Stay tuned for more updates about the festival too.
- A black leopard has been photographed in Africa for the first time in almost 100 years.
- The New Yorker explores Priya Ramrakha’s work as a conflict photographer in Africa during the 50s and 60s.
- Annie Leibovitz revisits her early years in a new exhibit in Los Angeles.
- Photoworks at Glen Echo Park is offering all sorts of classes this spring and summer, including some taught by Robb Hill who’s featured in our 2019 exhibit! View the full list and sign up here.
- Australian photographer Lisa Saad may be stripped of a major award following an investigation by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography.
- Our partner organization, goARtful, just launched a crowdfunding campaign. The arts platform offers people and companies the option to rent or buy high quality local art and includes a collection by Exposed DC photographers.