Published Oct 25, 2017 at 3:11 PM | Updated at 11:59 AM EDT on Oct 26, 2017
A leading photojournalism contest is coming to D.C. to exhibit photos that captured the most defining moments of 2017 in a larger-than-life format.
The DuPont Underground art space is set to open their World Press Photo Contest exhibit on Nov. 3. The exhibit travels across the globe every year after the honors are awarded -- but D.C.’s exhibit will stand apart from the rest. Photos will be projected 13-feet high or printed on large canvasses to fill the old trolley station-turned-gallery.