Photo by David Deal courtesy of AIA
From a press release:
WHAT: Photography exhibit with thirty 20 x 24 black and white framed images of some of Washington, D.C.’s unknown and least seen places. Photographs were made using a large format view camera with antique lenses and utilizing only available light with exposure time of up to several minutes. The exhibit will include an essay on the images by Andrew Cooke, professor of architecture at Catholic University.
Selection of images includes:
* National Archives
* 16th Street Masonic Temple
* Washington Cathedral
* National Geographic Building
* Howard University
* Catholic University
* Cardozo High School
* Howard Theater
* Hecht Company Warehouse
* St. Matthews Cathedral
* Uline Coliseum
WHO: David Deal, Washington DC-based photographer of 18 years
WHEN: Exhibit will run from March 7th through April 21st. There will be a reception on opening night with free food and beverages.
WHERE: AIA headquarters, 1735 New York Ave, NW 20006
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