Paint The Town: Shutterbugs Expose DC

by Editorial

Sixth annual DCist Exposed Photography Show captures the diversity of our city.
Jill A. Norris

Sunday Afternoon is one example of a local photographer's work that will be on display at the DCist Exposed Exhibit. (Photo by Christina DelaRosa)

While some need to explore the world to find inspiration, the 40 photographers chosen to be a part of the 6th annual DCist Exposed Exhibit, taking place at the Long View Gallery, found their inspiration right here in D.C. These keen shutterbugs were selected out of over 650 hopefuls. Well done, indeed. The showcase launched this week with a couple flashy (pun intended) openings, but not to worry – the exhibition runs until April 1st, 2012. Despite the common misconception that D.C. is strictly a political town, the selected snapshots prove otherwise, shedding light on everyday moments and seldom noticed aspects of our fair city. If you feel like bringing that inspiration home with you, feel free to do s0 – all the photos are for sale … as are Anniversary Magazines ($25) and Exhibition Programs ($10).

The Long View Gallery is located at 234 Ninth Street NW. For operating hours and more ticket information, click HERE.

Stairway to Lincoln focuses on the political and monumental aspects of Washington. (Photo by Ivan Sciupac)

Photo by Markus Krisetya.

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