Michael Borek at Multiple Exposures Gallery

Michael Borek Photography Multiple Exposures Gallery Michael Borek: What would Sudek Do?  Exhibition Dates June 18 – July 29, 2013 10 am – 6 pm daily and 12-9 pm on Thursdays Opening Reception Saturday, June 22, 2013 2-5 pm This month, Multiple Exposures Gallery features Read More …

“Listen to your soul”: an interview with photographer E.E. McCollum

“Cocoon Series #17” Juried into the Torpedo Factory in 2012, E.E. McCollum has achieved renown for his photographic studies of light, shadow, motion, and especially the human form. While getting ready to join the Multiple Exposures Gallery on the third floor, McCollum paused to chat Read More …

“Transatlantic homecoming”: Michael Borek’s photography in Prague

“Scranton Lace #7594” “Just sitting in a studio and thinking deep thoughts is not enough,” insists Torpedo Factory photographer Michael Borek, whose search for fresh visions has drawn him to suburban bridges, fading murals, and even a shuttered lace factory in Scranton, Pennsylvania—all to create Read More …

The New Members Show at the Multiple Exposures Gallery

Founded in 1985, the Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG) in studio 312 has become an important gathering point for photographers not only in the Torpedo Factory but also across the D.C. area. Its fifteen members are well-regarded experts, specialists, technicians, and artists—and one of them is Read More …

In the bleak midwinter: Scotland through the lens of photographer Tim Hyde

Even if you’ve seen Tim Hyde’s work at the Multiple Exposures Gallery, you may not have spotted Hyde himself at the Torpedo Factory in recent weeks. This winter, he’s been chasing inspiration in cold, dark places where humanity wages perpetual war against nature and time. Read More …

Picturing D.C.: Torpedo Factory photographers see our nation’s capital anew

Colleen Henderson, “Capitol Columns”  On Monday, as crowds from across the country gather on the National Mall for Inauguration Day, they’ll find themselves surrounded by stately architecture, symbols of power, and places of solemn remembrance. Many will be experiencing Washington, D.C., for the first time—but Read More …

Celebrate FotoWeek DC at the Torpedo Factory!

Since its inception in 2008, FotoWeek DC has inspired a fantastic array of events to highlight the vitality, accessibility, and limitless potential of photography as art. Whether you’re a photographer, a collector, a curator, a student, or a fan, FotoWeek 2012 has something to offer—and Read More …

“Details emerge, subtleties ripen”: Fotographers at the Factory

“Cocoon Series #38,” E.E. McCollum The Torpedo Factory Artists’ Association has long championed photography as art. Now, as the fifth annual FotoWeek DC begins, visitors can marvel at the potential of photography while witnessing the start of a new Torpedo Factory tradition. Fotographers at the Read More …

MEG at DC Fine Art Photography Fair

Torpedo Factory gallery Multiple Exposures (MEG) is going to be in rare company this weekend. MEG is one of fifteen galleries from around the country participating in the DC Fine Art Photography Fair, October 5-7. From classics by masters to contemporary work by younger photographers, Read More …