|"MORPHIC FORMS #2, WOOD-TIKCHIK", 2001. Photograph © 2010 Robert Glenn Ketchum. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
If you're in the Washington, D.C. area November 6-13, 2010, be sure to take-in the "FotoWeek DC 2010 Festival". Myself and several of my Fellows of the International League of Conservation Photgraphers (iLCP) will be showcased in the NightGallery. Our select group includes myself, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Daniel Beltrá, Amy Gulick, Thomas P. Peschak, Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier, Paul Nicklen, Thomas D. Mangelsen, Garth Lenz, and Brian Skerry. Click on their names to view their websites, and see below for photos from the NightGallery.
NightGallery welcomes a world-renowned team of curators: James Wellford, the senior photo editor at Newsweek magazine, will curate the special documentary program entitled 'Projections of Reality'; Andy Adams, editor of flakphoto, and curator Larissa Leclair will shape the fine art projections entitled '100 Portraits / 100 Photographers'; and Cristina Mittermeier, founder and president of the International League of Conservation Photographers will curate 'Life Lives Here.' *
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To reach the greatest range of viewers, the curated photographs will rotate through various projection locations. Viewers can obtain a program guide to the themes, times, and sites for each projection series.
NightGallery projections can be enjoyed at many locations throughout Washington, including the exteriors of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design, Newseum, Holocaust Museum, American Red Cross, National Museum of the American Indian, Human Rights Campaign Dupont Circle, House of Sweden, and the FotoWeek DC Satellite on 3333 M Street.
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ABOUT FOTOWEEK DC:
Over the past three years, FotoWeek DC has skyrocketed as one of the world’s premier photography festivals. Tens of thousands of fans have come to expect the unexpected: colossal photo projections on the walls of the city’s famed architecture..., all-night photo experiences..., evocative exhibitions of award-winning images..., lectures and workshops by internationally renowned photographers.
Innovation. Creativity. Expansion. Transformation! That’s the power of photography. That’s the point of FotoWeek DC. And it’s Everywhere You See.
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* LIFE LIVES HERE, curated by Cristina Mittermeier
"Life Lives Here... and nowhere else in the universe. These projections by Fellows of the International League of Conservation Photographers will shine a light on some of our planet's most beautiful and precious natural resources... and the threats facing them. We hope they will help connect-the-dots between cause and consequence on all our environmental decisions, and lead us to understand how every action has an effect on our planet, and all life on it."
Robert Glenn Ketchum: "No Pebble Mine: Wild Salmon of Bristol Bay Forever":
|Photograph © 2010 Robert Glenn Ketchum. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
Daniel Beltrá: "Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill":
Amy Gulick: "Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest":
Thomas P. Peschak: "Sharks: Apex Predator, Human Prey":
|Photograph © 2010 Daniel Beltrá for Greenpeace. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
|Photograph © 2010 Amy Gulick. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
|Photograph © 2010 Thomas P. Peschak. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
CLICK HERE to See More Photos and Learn About the Save Our Seas Foundation
|Photograph © 2010 Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
|Photograph © 2010 Paul Nicklen / National Geographic. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form. CLICK HERE to See More of Paul Nicklen's Polar Obsession Photos in this NPR Feature|
Thomas D. Mangelsen: "American West: A Disappearing Landscape":
|"Song Dogs". Photograph © 2010 Thomas D. Mangelsen. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form|
Garth Lenz: "The Alberta Tar Sands: A New Addiction to the Most Toxic Oil":
Brian Skerry: "3 Degrees of Japan's Seas":
|Photograph © 2010 Garth Lenz. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form.|
|Photograph © 2010 Brian Skerry. For Display Use Only, No Permission to Reproduce in Any Form. |
CLICK HERE to See More of Brian Skerry's Photos in this Month's National Geographic Magazine, November 2010
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