February 21, 2013
- Time 7:30 p.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price Series tickets: Subscribers $54; General Public $60; Single tickets: Subscribers $20; General Public $22
Diane Cook and Len Jenshel, two of America’s leading photographers, have collaborated for years to combine documentary and fine art photography. The result? Stunningly beautiful images in unlikely places, from the fence along the US-Mexico border, to green spaces high up on NYC rooftops. For the March National Geographic, they explored the unexpectedly colorful world of gardens photographed during nighttime hours, juxtaposing creative lighting with carefully sculpted landscapes for unforgettable, arresting images.
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Go into the field with the world’s best photographers.
Anastasia Taylor-Lind journeyed along the Yangtze River to the Sichuanese river city of Fuling, China, documenting dramatic changes in both landscape and people since the construction of the ambitious and controversial Three Gorges Dam.
Alison Wright has devoted her career to capturing the human spirit with her photographs and writings. Her new book features luminous and inspiring portraits of individuals from Tibet to the Caribbean.
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