Posts Tagged ‘Damage Control’

ToDo ToDay: Short Films, Free Burritos, and Familiar Faces

The Hirshhorn Museum’s current exhibition, "Damage Control," is fixated on destruction. Tonight, the Goethe-Institut—in partnership with the Hirshhorn and the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen—pushes that theme a step further with a collection of European short films that examines damage up close. But damage manifests itself in many ways: The films cover everything from antlike creatures [...]

ToDo ToDay: Frank Hallam Day, The Lonely Forest, and Misun

Frank Hallam Day—one of the D.C. area’s most accomplished photographers—has a new exhibit about Africa, and, as he likes to put it, it’s “not the usual giraffes-in-the-sunset approach.” The prints stem from the more than 8,000 images Day has taken in sub-Saharan Africa, some dating back to 2002 and others from just a few weeks [...]