Glen Echo Park Partnership Presents Alternative Photo Revolution Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on March 20, 2017
Work byLaura Paterson. Courtesy of Glen Echo Park.
Work by Laura Paterson. Courtesy of Glen Echo Park.


Reception: Tuesday, March 28 from 6pm to 9pm


Combining contemporary photography with historical photo printmaking processes, the Alternative Photo Revolution is one of a kind. Printed almost entirely in Toronto by Bob Carnie Printmaking this group show features photographers from across North America. Hitting the road at the end of March, Alt will be popping up in Glen Echo, Maryland then New Orleans before returning home to the Dylan Ellis Gallery.

The first stop for the Alternative Photo Revolution exhibition will be at Glen Echo Park. Over the years, Bob has met many people from all over the world on online photography forums. He has been in contact with Scott from Washington DC and Thom from New Orleans for several years. Sharing the common interest of photography and alternative printmaking, Scott and Thom are also a part of photo collectives in their home towns. One of their mandates is to connect with photographers, organizations and gallery’s to build an ever growing network that provides new opportunities for artists and collectors.

Join them on March 28th at Glen Echo Park in the Ballroom, Backroom. Viewings will be taking place from 1-9pm with a formal reception from 6-9pm.

Glen Echo Park is located at 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD. For more information, visit