In case you missed it, we announced the winners of our 16th annual photo contest last week. Congratulations again to all the winners and thank you to everyone who submitted to the contest! Stay tuned for updates about the show in the coming weeks. Whether you just discovered us recently or have been with us from the very beginning, we are so glad you’re part of this amazing community.
- Register for the Hirshhorn’s online artist talk with Rada Akbar and Laurie Anderson on March 8 at 5:00 p.m. They’ll be discussing their upcoming collaboration, issues of women and power, perception and photography in Akbar’s ongoing project “Abarazanan,” and Anderson’s “Fully Automated Nikon” currently on view.
- The February issue of Washington Gardener Magazine includes the winning images of their annual photography contest, including some Exposed alums.
- After a spiritual journey, Santiago Sierra Soler collaborated with an ancient Yucatán community to make his first book that is an exploration of the practice of nahual.
- Join the Smithsonian American Art Museum for the fourth annual Women Filmmakers Festival online throughout March. Featured artists include Shirin Neshat who works across photography, film, video, and performance.
- The Sony World Photography Awards announced the finalists and shortlisted photographers in the professional category. View them all here.
- An Australian photographer captured Comet NEOWISE, the Aurora Borealis, and the Milky Way all together.
- Michele McNally, former director of photography and assistant managing editor at The New York Times, died last month. The paper won six Pulitzer Prizes for photography during her tenure.