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Posted at 04:44 PM ET, 11/18/2011

FotoWeek gets a longer exposure


Thought you missed out on FotoWeek DC? Think again. The festival's hub, FotoWeek Central, has reopened due to popular demand. (Lavanya Ramanathan - The Washington Post)
FotoWeek Central, the hub of the FotoWeek DC festival of all things photographic, is getting a longer exposure.

The former Borders store at 1800 L St. NW has been home to more than a dozen temporary exhibitions that were originally scheduled to close Nov. 13. They reopened today due to popular demand, the organizers announced this afternoon on the FotoWeek DC Facebook page

The space is open to visitors today, tomorrow and Nov. 26 from noon to 6 p.m. From Dec. 1-17, the space will be open Thursday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m.

Fourteen contemporary photo exhibitions are on view, including “Beyond Witness: New Approaches to Crisis Photography” and “The Nights of 9/11: Photography by Hale Gurland.”

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