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FotoWeekDC 2016 is around the corner. With over 100 exhibitions and events, it may be a daunting task to find exactly what you are looking for, so we will spend the next few days selecting some niche programming for you to check out.

Today: Around The Whole Photography World

November 12-20, 2016

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@NATGEO: The Most Popular Instagram Photos

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Photo Credit: Ami Vitale from @NATGEO: The Most Popular Instagram Photos

As the world’s biggest media brand on Instagram, National Geographic, or @natgeo, has more than 59 million followers and more than 1 billion likes on its 11,000+ posted images. This fall, audiences can experience­­­ the images live and in person at the @NATGEO exhibit opening at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 11, 2016.

Global Lens Logan FotoTalks

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Photo Credit: Joshua Cogan from Global Lens Logan FotoTalks

Enjoy FotoTalks from Daniella Zalcman, Mustafah Abdulaziz, Joshua Cogan and more.

Life Without Borders

Perfectly situated in the middle of the passage this giant calcite stal boss makes a huge statement. Dwarfed by it's sheer size, Hong Meigui team member; Matt Ryan can only look up in amazement. This is one of many gigantic formations in San Wang Dong

Photo Credit: Robbie Shone from Life Without Borders

She is a skilled mountain climber. He is an accomplished cave explorer. Together they are harnessing new technology to defy borders and redefine the meaning of community.

Signs of Your Identity, Presented by The Pulitzer Center For Crisis Reporting

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Photo Credit: Daniella Zalcman from Signs of Your Identity

For more than a century, Canada operated a network of Indian Residential Schools to forcibly assimilate indigenous youth into white Canadian society. These are the survivors.

North Is Freedom: The Legacy of the Underground Railroad

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Photo Credit: Yuri Dojc from North Is Freedom: The Legacy of the Underground Railroad

North is Freedom is a photographic essay that celebrates the descendants of freedom-seekers who escaped slavery in the United States by fleeing to Canada.

Delimitations: Presented by The Mexican Culture Institute

This fall and winter the Mexican Cultural Institute will host the exhibit DELIMITATIONS, which catalogs the work of artists Marcos Ramírez ERRE and David Taylor.

Spirit Of The Wild – Through The Eyes of Mattias Klum

All life on earth is interconnected. Cities, societies, and nations depend on healthy natural ecosystems to survive and prosper.

FotoFilm: Diary of a Journey: A Tribute to Inge Morath

In 2014, eight women photographers, all recipients of the Magnum Inge Morath award, embarked on a photographic road trip, retracing Morath’s journey along the Danube River and producing new work.

A Myriad Of Voices

SPAIN arts & culture is proud to present A Myriad of Voices, a selection of works by leading Spanish photographers who received the Revelation PhotoEspaña Award, an award that acknowledges young Spanish photographers under the age of 35.

WiLDSPEAK: The Exhibition

WiLDSPEAK will be a collection of imagery showcasing the iconic works of iLCP Fellows presenting at this year’s event.

Visions of the World

This month the Spilsbury Gallery offers a special exhibit of photography, “Visions of the World,” as part of city-wide FotoWeekDC.

Lord of the Mangrove by Felipe Jácome

The northwestern corner of Ecuador is home to the tallest mangrove trees in the world. Amidst the trees towering, almost fantastical, roots, people of nearby Afro-Ecuadorian communities gather black shells as their form of livelihood.

A Hidden City Through The Lens of Young Argentinean Photographers – Opening Reception

The northwestern corner of Ecuador is home to the tallest mangrove trees in the world. Amidst the trees towering, almost fantastical, roots, people of nearby Afro-Ecuadorian communities gather black shells as their form of livelihood.

More programming to be announced soon.


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