Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Manufactured Underwater Landscapes at Adamson Gallery

Photographer Kim Keever has a peculiar technique that involves a 200-gallon tank of water.

Photos of Icebergs and Demolition Derbies at Hillyer Art Space

The stars here are the cars, in all their dented and rough, hand-painted glory.

Alexander Vasiljev’s Too-Careful Landscapes of Maine

Craggy seaside scenes, aging lighthouses, rolling cloud formations—they’re all here.

Two Takes on the Berlin Wall at the Goethe-Institut

Photos of today's population-dividing walls render Berlin's history in the present tense.

FotoWeekDC Opening Party

“Some Uses of Photography”: A Too-Modest Title for a Mesmerizing Exhibit

A photo series tracks an innocence toddler through sullen college age.

Esther Hidalgo Takes Vintage Photographs of D.C. Urban Decay

“Many of the structures and locations in my works—areas that were so familiar to me—have radically changed or no longer exist.”

Gauzy, Haunting Platinum Photos at the National Gallery of Art

One turn-of-the-century photographer made a painting-like portrait by applying developing solution to the photo paper with a brush.

Photographic Dispatches From Bolivia to Anacostia at Carroll Square Gallery

Portraits of day laborers in La Paz, jazz musicians, and one pink-shirted youngster

How Punk Rocker Chris Suspect Became a Photographer With Global Cred

"In a band, you have to deal with personalities and the life conflicts of other members. In photography, I only have myself to blame if I don't take advantage of an opportunity."