A lieutenant in the elite female counterterrorism unit patrols the women's barracks in Sanaa, Yemen. Photo from the "Women of Vision" exhibit. Stephanie Sinclair
WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Geographic Museum in Washington has a new exhibit featuring the photography of 11 award-winning female photojournalists.
The exhibit is kicking off a three-year tour for "Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment." It features nearly 100 photographs depicting a variety of cultures and topics. The exhibit is on view in Washington until March 9.
The photographers tackled subjects ranging from memory and teenage brain chemistry to social issues like child marriage and modern-day slavery. Visitors will also see how National Geographic magazine photo editors work with photographers to select images to tell a story.
The photographers featured in the exhibit are: Lynsey Addario, Kitra Cahana, Jodi Cobb, Diane Cook, Carolyn Drake, Lynn Johnson, Beverly Joubert, Erika Larsen, Stephanie Sinclair, Maggie Steber and Amy Toensing.