Washington, D.C.’s biggest annual festival of photography in all its forms begins Friday, November 9 and runs through November 18.
Photo by Sonny Tat, First Place winner of Contemporary Life in the International Awards Competition.
FotoWeekDC celebrates photojournalism, fine art photography, amateur hobbyists, and more. The main venue, the Warner Building (at 12th and E Streets, NW), will host a dozen different exhibitions starting on Saturday, with shows on the environmental cost of resource extraction, press freedom, The Beatles, philanthropy, and various contest winners, among others. Those exhibitions are open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily until the 18th, and tickets are $5 in advance, $7 at the door.
Fine art photography and photojournalism exhibitions are taking place at the Corcoran, the National Gallery of Art, and the Phillips Collection, along with lots of lectures and presentations, and portfolio reviews and seminars at the Goethe Institute.
Visit FotoWeekDC’s website for a full schedule of events.