Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: People
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: People.
Let Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s image of two New York pedestrians, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akpeople and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Head #6, 2001 (Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York/London)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: People

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: People.

Let Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s image of two New York pedestrians, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akpeople and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Head #6, 2001 (Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York/London)