Mutual understanding among nations by promoting international cultural dialogue: this is the ambitious mission of the Goethe-Institut. Founded in 1990, Goethe-Institut Washington, DC is a center for German culture and language. The Goethe-Institut’s FotoGalerie, conceptualized to showcase the work of young German photographers, brings German photography, long at the forefront of contemporary art, to Washington.
Contact: Norma Broadwater   nbroadwater@washington.goethe.org  202-289-1200
812 7th St. NW , Washington, DC 20001


Linger On! (Verweile doch)

Featuring photographs by Germans Max Baumann, Iris Brosch, Reinhard Hentze, Carina Linge, Matthias Ritzmann, and Robert Schlotter, all from the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. Opening reception on Saturday, November 2, 6 – 8 pm, followed by a party with German guitarist Conny Ochs. RSVP to www.goetheinstitutwashington.eventbrite.com Introduced by: Manon Bursian, President, Saxony-Anhalt Arts Foundation Wilfried Eckstein, Director, Goethe-Institut Washington Linger awhile. You are so beautiful. “Verweile doch, du bist so schön!” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe from Faust Part II Linger on! (Verweile doch) – this is the impetus that continues to generate new photographers. Capturing fleeting moments in time, these diverse works by six artists present extraordinary encounters with contemporary art. They range from documentary photography which enhances reality via the deft use of framing and lighting to precisely staged productions.

November 02 2013  06:00 PM - January 31 2014  03:00 PM

Admission : http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/was/ver/en11644258v.htm    

812 7th St. NW
Washington, Northwest


Contact Us

1050 17th Street, NW Suite 560 Washington, DC 20036 (202) 337-3686

General Website Terms and Conditions     Privacy

Copyright © FotoWeekDC Inc. All rights reserved. 2011-2013
FotoDC is funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
FotoDC Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing exposure for photographers and to make diverse, high-quality photography accessible
to audiences through the exhibition of inspiring and provocative images, dynamic programming, and collaborations with the local and international community.