Posts Tagged ‘Photoworks’

Old Becomes New at Glen Echo Photoworks’ Exhibit of Archaic Techniques

Glen Echo Photoworks' latest is an exploration of obscure techniques.

At Glen Echo Park, a Trio of Retro Photographers

In a rare photo exhibit at Glen Echo Park, three different photographers find common ground.

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.

Colorful Cuban Portraits & Tumbledown Buildings: Vincent G. Ferrari and Patricia A. Smith at Photoworks, Reviewed

The exhibit now showing at Photoworks, like so many others I’ve seen there over the years, pairs two artists whose work couldn’t be more different. Fortunately, the artists succeed despite the oddity of the pairing.
Patricia A. Smith uses old-school black-and-white to document buildings that, as she puts it, “have outlived their useful, but not aesthetic, [...]

Reviewed: Gurujeet Khalsa at Photoworks

Gurujeet Khalsa of Chevy Chase, Md., has a career in technology and health care, and he’s an aficionado of Japanese gardens and the board game Go. Oh yeah, he’s also a photographer. And not a bad one.
His exhibit at Glen Echo’s Photoworks includes works from all over—Belize, Maine, the Pacific Northwest—most of them focused on [...]

Have You Seen Michael Horsley’s Photos of a Blighted D.C.? Probably.

Michael Horsley is sitting on the corner of 14th and T streets NW, across from the building where he says gangs used to sell women for sex.
“I had a knife pulled out on me one day when I was just sitting out on my stoop,” he says. “This guy came chasing a prostitute around the [...]