Opening night for our 2020 show is just a few days away! You still have time to buy advance tickets for the opening reception before ticket prices go up at the door. Come celebrate local photography with us, admire the 43 winning images in person, enjoy an open bar and delicious snacks, and purchase an exhibition program to commemorate the occasion. Exhibit prints will also be available for purchase at first time art buyer prices, so you can add to or even start your very own collection. Get your tickets now, and we’ll see you there!
- Leah Millis, a WPOW member, was the first woman in 25 years to have the State of the Union floor pool photographer position last week.
- The Bauhaus.Photo exhibition at Goethe-Institut Washington features a selection of key works that provide insight into Bauhaus photography and life at the Bauhaus. Exhibition hours are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. through February 26.
- A shot of two mice fighting over crumbs on a London Underground platform won a wildlife photography award from London’s Natural History Museum.
- Sony World Photography Awards announced this year’s finalists, shortlist, and grant recipients, which were selected from over 345,000 images.
- More than 50 artists and makers will be at Dupont Underground as part of the ArtRave Market on Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., free.
- Head to Photoworks at Glen Echo Park tomorrow for a reception and gallery talk about the e(sea/land)scape exhibit featuring photos by Stephen Greenberg and David Scherbel, 4-6 p.m.
- Panasonic teamed up with Dentsu Aegis Network to make a special camera that could help colorblind photographers to see colors accurately as they shoot.
- While working as a projectionist in an adult cinema in the 1970s and ’80s in London, Bob Mazzer began photographing the people on the tube during his daily commute, more often at night.