May 2018 - Photoworks Gallery

Space Around Us: Ira Tattelman

April 14 to May 20, 2018
Saturdays, 1 to 4pm and Sundays, 1 to 7pm

Reception & Gallery Talk

Sunday, April 22, 4 to 6pm

Presenter: Photoworks

Location: Photoworks Gallery - First Floor Arcade Building

Contact Phone: (301) 634-2274

http://www.glenechophotoworks.org

 


 

Ira Tattelman uses photography to document the space around us. While he does not include portraiture in his practice, Tattelman calls attention to the planned and unplanned outcomes of human actions. As a full-time artist and registered architect, he observes, responds, and documents the built surroundings. By taking pictures of the places he occupies, he makes physical and emotional connections to the environments he lives in and travels through.

Tattelman's exhibition is curated by Iason Demos.

United/Divided: An Exhibition of Photography

May 25 to July 1, 2018
Saturdays, 1 to 4pm and Sundays, 1 to 7pm

 

Presenter: Photoworks

Location: Photoworks Gallery - First Floor Arcade Building

Contact Phone: (301) 634-2274

http://www.glenechophotoworks.org

 


 

As one of the area's premier photography galleries, Photoworks' latest exhibit strives to initiate a visual dialogue at one of the most divisive times in our Nation's history. The exhibiting photographers' work features everything from political protests to daily life in the D.C. region.

 

As an art institution showcasing photographers in the Washington Metropolitan Area, we are in a unique position to initiate a visual dialog that explores the connections and divisions that currently exist in our nation, and in our national's capitol. Robert Miller, Deputy Director of Photography at The Washington Post will serve as the juror for the exhibition. Miller's journalistic focus on the news, which includes Nation, Foreign, Financial, Real Estate, Metro, Investigative, Outlook and the Digital News Hub. Miller has deftly handled the last eighteen months of the presidential campaign and national enterprise coverage for The Washington Post. He also coaches and mentors the Post's newest photo editing staff members and staff photojournalists.