FotoDC - exhibit 'What we have within'

Meg Birnbaum
Nov 7, 2014 6:46PM
What We Have Within

OAS  | AMA F STREET GALLERYOrganization of American States1889 F Street, NWWashington, DC 20006

Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 12 at 6pm

The Organization of American States’ AMA | Art Museum of the Americas and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights present “What We Have Within,” an exhibition of photographs promoting freedom of expression and human rights regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. This exhibition is presented as a visual arts representation of OAS work in the promotion of democracy and equality.“What We Have Within” is part of FotoWeek DC, and expounds upon the values of the OAS Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and its mission of promoting equality and social justice.

The six series are: TransCuba by Mariette Pathy Allen (American, b. Egypt), Not in Your Face by Susan Barnett (American, b. Orange, New Jersey), Sisters of the Commonwealth by Meg Birnbaum, (American, b. Somerville, Massachusetts), Female Masking by Daniel Handal (Honduran, b. Tegucigalpa), Look at Me David Lykes Keenan, (American, b. Detroit, Michigan), and Insects of Suriname by Dominique Paul (Canadian, b. Montreal, Québec).

Meg Birnbaum