Invitational Photography Exhibition Juried by Jack Rasmussen

Multiple Exposures Gallery would like to invite you to the opening of a special Invitational Photography Exhibition featuring the works of selected Torpedo Factory fine art photographers.  The show is juried by Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the Art Gallery at the Katzen Center Read More …

“A grand composition”: “Frozen Music” by photographer Alan Sislen

“Altissimo” A dramatic cityscape or unique building is often a sight to behold, but with his new solo show, Alan Sislen hopes to evoke another sense entirely. In “Frozen Music,” which opens at the Torpedo Factory this week in Multiple Exposures Gallery, the photographer brings Read More …

“They Never Update the Lists”: photographer Michael Borek at the Embassy of the Czech Republic

“I try to appreciate with my camera things that are seemingly obvious yet multilayered, absurd, and surreal,” says Michael Borek, who was certainly the right photographer for the Embassy of the Czech Republic to approach for an exhibition about Franz Kafka. As it turns out, Read More …

“Making the most of what’s right in front of you”: “Threesomes” by Maureen Minehan at Multiple Exposures Gallery

“Live where you are.” Maureen Minehan lets that practical mantra guide her photography—yet visitors to “Threesomes,” her new show at Multiple Exposures Gallery, are certain to notice a dreamlike quality to her work, with lone subjects set off in the distance or lines that guide Read More …

“The faint and intangible presence of place”: Fred Zafran explores “7th and H Streets, NW”

In recent years, the Penn Quarter has become the epicenter of Washington, D.C., a thriving neighborhood where convention-goers, food lovers, museum and theater patrons, and sports fans mingle by day and night. To tourists and locals alike, the intersection of 7th and H Streets, NW Read More …

“Darkness Visible”: Tim Hyde’s solo show at Multiple Exposures Gallery

When most people confide that they’re going through a “dark period,” it’s reason for concern—but from photographer Tim Hyde, the same admission promises a burst of artistic insight. “I’m spending a lot of time looking at things in low light or at night,” Hyde explains. Read More …

New perspectives in November: Fotographers at the Factory and FotoWeek DC

Clifford Wheeler, “Axes, Bold as Love” No one quite knows how all of our in-house photographers ended up in studios on the third floor, but in the weeks ahead, that’s where many of our visitors will focus, as the Torpedo Factory participates in FotoWeek DC, Read More …

Photography as fine art: autumn events at Multiple Exposures Gallery

The 15 members of Multiple Exposures Gallery—MEG for short—have varying perspectives but share a common goal: promoting photography as a fine art. This cooperative gallery, located at the Torpedo Factory in studio 312, isn’t just an exhibition and sales space; it’s also an educational resource Read More …

Between the pages, under the stars: Maine photography workshops with Colleen Henderson

From the streets of Charleston, South Carolina, to wildlife refuges in Maryland and Delaware, Colleen Henderson has been running photography workshops for 12 years, helping newcomers and seasoned photographers alike better understand the ins and outs of digital printing, portfolio development, and software such as Read More …

August into autumn: news from Torpedo Factory artists

With the coming of Labor Day weekend, we reach the turn in the year when, in the words of poet and Poe paramour Sarah Helen Whitman, “Summer gathers up her robes of glory / And, like a dream of beauty, glides away.” Fortunately, art endures—and Read More …