Earlier this week we announced the winners of our 15th annual photography contest! The D.C. photography community continues to impress and inspire us year after year. Thank you so much to everyone for sharing their work with us and congratulations once again to this year’s winners! Stay tuned for updates on this year’s show.
- This month, the DC History Center will feature local street photographers who document our local history and environments. As part of this program, Exposed DC will be doing an Instagram takeover on Feb. 18, so be sure to follow along! There will also be an interactive photography workshop on Feb. 20 with photographers Roy Sewall and Joel Hoffman, registration required, $20-30.
- In case you missed it, Photoworks’ artist talk about the “Hindsight is 2020: Street Photography in a Tumultuous Year” exhibit is available for viewing online.
- A long-forgotten attic in a building in Geneva, NY hid a photography studio and a famous portrait of Susan B. Anthony.
- The virtual exhibition “A Mexican Portrait,” featuring the photographs of Martha Gabriela Driessen, closes on Feb. 13.
- Journalists, photographers, curators, and others pay tribute to Corky Lee who died last week at age 73.
- Winning images from the Travel Photographer of the Year 2020 competition present a view of life during a time in which travel has been difficult or impossible.
- Giannis Antetokounmpo helped the Bucks build a 40-point lead over the Pacers and proceeded to grab a camera and photograph the rest of the game while he sat out the entire fourth quarter.