Federal Triangle is a timely series of black-and-white photographs shot in and around Washington, DC. The project looks at the city – its sites of power and its margins – from a perspective that speaks to our current iteration of "the paranoid style." Titled after the government complex wedged between the Capitol and the White House, Osborne’s photographs depict the city as “a kind of bureaucratic Bermuda Triangle—an impenetrable place of mystery, danger, and disorientation.” The virtual solo exhibition will include a curated selection of images as well as supporting text by the artist, and will be posted to the Neidorff Gallery’s social media platforms. Access to the virtual gallery content will be open to the public.

Mike Osborne is a photographer whose work explores a range of themes including architecture, landscape, history, and technology, ultimately realised as books and exhibitions. His photographs are included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Dallas Museum of Art; and the University of Virginia. His work has also appeared in publications such as the New Yorker, Time, the New York Times, and the New Republic. A monograph of Federal Triangle was published by Gnomic Book in 2019. Osborne received a BA from Stanford University and an MFA in photography from the University of Texas at Austin.

Federal Triangle was previously shown at Lora Reynolds Gallery in Austin and Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas.

This exhibition is made possible by Jane and the late Arthur Stieren. All events are free and open to the public.

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