It is about to get all the way RAW in the District again Thursday, March 8 beginning at 8:00pm inside Café Asia, 1720 I Street NW, with the latest installation of the RAW: natural born artists series. RAW creates a one night showcase event that features local creativity in all of its flavors. The March gathering is being promoted as STIMULUS and will showcase the photography, art, fashion and live performances from 27 artists from the Washington area. Every month RAW hand selects and showcases artists in film, fashion, music, art, performing art, hairstyling, makeup artistry and photography. RAW is an indie arts organization for artists, by artists.
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In conjunction with DC Fotoweek 2011 Morton Fine Art will present (Re)calling & (Re)telling, a solo exhibition of photographs by artist Kesha Bruce. The exhibition will be on display from November 5 through November 12, with an opening reception and artist talk with Kesha Bruce on Saturday, November 5th at 2pm. According to press notes, (Re)calling and (Re)telling offers viewers a contemporary entryway to the rich tradition of storytelling in art through the use of both photography and collage. For the past several years, Kesha Bruce has created work using an old collection of photographs taken by her grandfather during his years as a soldier during the Korean War. In addition to the many photographs of young African American soldiers going about their daily routines, the collection also included snapshots and informal family portraits taken upon his return home to Des Moines, Iowa. (Re)calling & (Re)telling was awarded the EnFoco New Works Photography prize and was included in the traveling exhibition Double Exposure: African Americans Before and Behind the Camera.
A few days ago the country was obsessed with Black Friday. Now local artist, author and photographer Michael-Christopher has released his first photo book MAN: BLACK that you can enjoy 365 days a year. He has assembled a decadent display of photographs that pay tribute to, examine and illuminate the beauty of the Black male figure. Purchase copies of MAN: BLACK here.
Sunday night photog aficionados and those who love them will gather for an exclusive one night only exhibition, Through the Eyes of Men. The exhibit featuring work by Tony Powell, Hisham Ibrahim, Sergui Odainic, Jerry R. Harke and Anthony Brice will be complemented by the sounds of beats from DJ MOVA and continue into the night with DJ ODAINIQ. Each of the photographers will be on hand so guests will have an opportunity to get close up with those who take the fantastic close ups. Through the Eyes of Men, is a part of the Art Soiree series and will take place Sunday, November 15th from 7:00pm to 2:00am at The Reserve, 1426 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20005.
The über talented and über handsome Renaissance man Tony Powell is at it again. This time the artist is searching for body models and dancers to be photographed for his next gallery show – Body Language - new images captured in darkness, experimenting with the effect of light on bodies in motion and at rest.
If you are a body model or dancer interested in Body Language, visit Tony online here.