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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: LGBTQ Highlights

November 12-20, 2016

Previous Editions:
The Business of Photography

Music & Photography
Public Art Highlights

FotoFilm is generously supported by Office of Cable Television, Film, Media & Entertaintment / 202Creates.

FotoWeekCentral @ Nat Geo

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

From the political world to the natural one, stop by FotoWeekCentral to see a variety of amazing photographs. participate in FotoTalks, and more.



Photo Credit: Germán Gómez. 2004 from 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. Recipients of this distinction have built successful careers, and their works are now being celebrated both in Spain and abroad.

Washington Blade – Iconic Images From Our Archive


Photo Credit: Unknown from Washington Blade – Iconic Images from Our Archive

The Washington Blade is the nation’s first LGBT newspaper. Browse photos from nearly 50 years of LGBT photojournalism in D.C. Numbered, limited edition prints of our 25 best images are for sale.

Where Love Is Illegal


Photo Credit: Robin Hammon from Where Love Is Illegal

National Geographic photographers have sparked change for over a century. Photographer Robin Hammond shares how platforms like Instagram are making it possible to amplify important stories and connect with audiences like never before—revolutionizing how we capture and consume world-changing photography.

FotoFilm: Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures


Using two retrospectives at LA’s Getty and LACMA museums as a backdrop, this definitive portrait profiles the controversial artist from early childhood, to his beginnings in NYC and his meteoric rise in the art world, to his untimely death in 1989.

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