Don’t miss the early bird deadline of April 15 (and save $15 in the process!) when you submit your photographs to the Historical Society’s For the Record juried exhibition and fundraiser. If that’s too soon, the final entry deadline is May 15.
Long read: “America’s black metropolises were documented by visionary black photographers who forged successful businesses and important roles as local community historians.” Addison Scurlock and his sons photographed black Washington for much of the 20th century.
Two photographers were announced as 2017 Pulitzer Prize winners this week. In the Breaking News Photography category, Daniel Berehulak (freelance) won for his images of the government’s callous assault on drug dealers and users in the Philippines. In Feature Photography, the award went to E. Jason Wambsgans of the Chicago Tribune for his portrayal of a 10-year-old survivor of a Chicago shooting.
In her new exhibit “EUSA,” Toronto photographer Naomi Harris documents America-themed places in Europe and Europe-themed places in America.
PDN features a gallery of work from “Delhi: Communities of Belonging” from photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh that show the lives of LGBTQ residents.