Dupont Underground
19 Dupont Circle, NW
Washington, DC  20036
United States of America
LAST PHOTOGRAPHER TALK:  Saturday, Nov. 24 -- Ryan Kelly will discuss his photo of the car attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, arguably the image that hits closest to home of all of the images in this year’s exhibition.  Join Ryan at 11:00 AM at the Dupont Underground to discuss the photo and the events of that day.
See it thru Sunday, November 25, 2018
At the Dupont Underground - Washington, DC
WHAT:       The best in international photo-journalism comes to DC !
     Every year, for nearly 60 years, 4million people in 100 cities have enjoyed the larger than life exhibition from award-winning photographers! See these thought-provoking and heart-warming photos from the world’s best photographers, including winners from the Washington Post and National Geo, for only the second time in Washington, DC.
   The goal is simple– to tell the stories behind the photos and encourage a deeper understanding of current events around the globe.  The exhibition covers a broad range of issues from the Rohingya crisis to Middle East conflicts, from elephant conservation in Kenya and marathons in the Moroccan dessert to the impact of climate change, etc.
     Unique to DC, photos are projected Billboard size using 22 projectors along the walls of the Dupont Underground.  A stunning retrospective of all 61 years of Photos of the Year, exhibitions by the International Women’s Media Foundation, the work of Agence France Presse photojournalist, Shah Marai, who lost his life in Afghanistan earlier this year, the African Photojournalism Database photographers, and Washington Post digital media story “Sin Luz” on the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. will be displayed side-by-side.
WHEN:      On-going to Sunday, November 25, 2018
WHERE:    Dupont Underground Arts & Culture Center
19 Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20036.  
Entrance on 19thStreet between Starbucks and Dupont Hotel. 
METRO:  Dupont Circle North
HOURS:    11am – 6pm (doors close at 7pm)(closed Mondays & Thanksgiving)
TICKETS:  $18 General admission. Children under 14 free (accompanied 
by an adult given the adult themes).  After first visit, visitors can 
come back FREE.
$12 Discounts for educators, students, seniors 65+, active 
military, the disabled, Rotarians
This is a not-for-profit event, run by volunteers, mostly from the DC Rotary Club, and all fees help pay to bring this exhibition to Washington, DC.
FREE Audio guides on first-come first served basis.
For more information, contact DC organizer, Lightscape Foundation, lightscapedc.org
SPONSORS/PARTNERS:  Embassy of the Kington of the Netherlands, Canon, International Women’s Media Foundation, White House News Photographers Association, Agence France Presse, Rotary Club of Washington, DC