Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Clever Photos of New York City Pedestrians and MoMA-Goers at Touchstone Gallery

Images from local artist Michael A. Lang are relaxed and often inspired.

At Photoworks, Images of D.C. Food Trucks, Shabby Windows, and a Couple’s Intimate Moment

Some of these montages are too cliché, but others carry impressive weight.

Appealing Textures Abound in Mugshots of Orchids and Close-Ups of Butterfly Wings

Photographers Susan Eder and Craig Dennis used to be a bit more daring, though.

Photos of Bleak Middle-Age and Bodies in Cremation at the Goethe-Institut

The winners of Germany's annual photo competition

A Dip in the Lake Turns Dangerous in Na’ama Batya Lewin’s Photos

Striking, ominous photos of children swimming—or are they drowning?

Barbara Klemm Finds Color in Black-and-White Photos of German Politicians

See the “socialist fraternal kiss” on the lips between Soviet premier Leonid Brezhnev and East Germany's Erich Honecker.

Photos: Chain and the Gang at @ Comet Ping Pong

The Top Five Photos Shown in D.C. This Year

All but one, an unforgettable creation in color, are rendered in shades of glorious gray.

D.C.’s Top 10 Photography Exhibits of the Year

Photos from Mexico and Maine, from early-'60s New York and mid-'70s Los Angeles, from 19th-century Burma and contemporary Ghana

The Majestic Shrines and Stickered, Littered Phone Booths of Southeast Asia

An exhibition of Frank Hallam Day's photos could use more balance between the two.

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