Now on View
November 5, 2023 – March 31, 2024
West Building, Ground Floor
Explore Selected Works
November 19 – March 31
Join us for a tour of Dorothea Lange: Seeing People. This exhibition explores Lange’s prolific and groundbreaking career through the lens of her iconic portraits.
Explore & Share
Who Is Dorothea Lange? Six Things to Know
Learn how the documentary photographer got her start and why she dedicated her life to the medium.
The Real Lives of People in Dorothea Lange's Portraits
Four everyday Americans were the subject of her famous photographs. Discover the heartbreak and suffering they experienced at crucial points in American history.
Outside the Frame: How Dorothea Lange Created Her Iconic Photographs
Lange did more than just take snapshots of her subjects. Trace the artistic and technical choices she made throughout the creation of some of her most compelling images.
Organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington
This exhibition is curated by Philip Brookman, consulting curator in the department of photographs, National Gallery of Art.
The exhibition is made possible through the leadership support of the Trellis Fund.
Exhibition support is also provided by The Shared Earth Foundation.
Additional funding is provided by Nion McEvoy, Wes and Kate Mitchell, and the James D. and Kathryn K. Steele Fund for Photography.
Admission is always free and passes are not required