Happy first day of fall🍂
📸Andrew Daneman, [Leaves], 1986.
A museum and school dedicated to photography and visual culture. The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image in all its forms.
Through our exhibitions, school, public programs, and community outreach, we offer an open forum for dialogue about the role images play in our culture. Since our founding, we have presented more than 700 exhibitions and offered thousands of classes, providing instruction at every level. ICP is a center where photographers and artists, students and scholars can create and interpret the world of the image.
Happy first day of fall🍂
📸Andrew Daneman, [Leaves], 1986.
ICP is reopening our home at @essexcrossing on Oct 1, and #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis will soon be open to the public. ⠀
Click the link in our bio to get your timed entry tickets today✨💥
The International Center of Photography is reopening on Thursday, October 1, and we can’t wait to welcome you back to our brand-new home on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Our galleries and shop will be open Thursday through Sunday, 11 AM to 7 PM.
Everyone at ICP has been working hard to give you the best possible safe, and unique experience. Your safety, and that of our team, continue to be our top priority. Rest assured that we are following procedures and guidelines laid out by the CDC and local health officials. Admission to ICP is by timed ticketed entry only to ensure limited capacity. We strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets online in advance of your visit to guarantee admission. Continue to visit ICP.org to engage with our education and public programs online.
Everything you need to know is outlined at the link below. Stay tuned for more information.
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Hungarian-born Lucien Aigner arrived at photography through his initial pursuit of a career in journalism. He learned photography only in order to enhance his ability to describe details and atmosphere in his reports. After earning a law degree in 1924, he worked as a reporter for the Az Est newspaper in Budapest. He is most often associated with his coverage of political events and personalities that led up to World War II in Europe. #HappyBirthday 🎈
📸 Lucien Aigner, The Two Towers, 1937.
The city that never sleeps is not going anywhere. ICP is #AllInNYC, are you?
📷Andreas Feininger, Telescopic camera catches NYC skyline, 1946.
Happy Birthday, #LewisBaltz. 🎈
📸Lewis Baltz, [Exhibition poster for Lewis Baltz Park City, San Francisco Museum of Art], 1981.
📸Sonja Bullaty, Summer Evening, 1976.
There are two species of elephants. Do you know them?
📸Arthur Rothstein, Elephants, Kenya. 1970.
Join David Campany, ICP's managing director of programs, for three lectures on curating photography exhibitions in the next session of our ICP Talks: Lessons and Insights in Photography series! During three one-hour lectures David Campany will present a history of key moments in the photo exhibition history, explore the impact of scale and materiality when displaying photographs, and discuss ICP's most recent show, #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis.
Tap the link below to RSVP ⬇️✨
Join David Campany, ICP’s managing director of programs, for three lectures on curating photography exhibitions in the next session of our ICP Talks: Lessons and Insights ...
Join ICP & Jamel Shabazz tonight at 7PM for ICP Talks: Jamel Shabazz on Defining Moments.
RSVP here⬇️ ✨
Brooklyn born and based Jamel Shabazz has been documenting New York City’s defining moments since the 1970s, when, inspired by the notion of concerned photography, he began to ...
Thank you, Town & Country✨
With #ICPConcerned, curator David Campany found a way to keep the institution's heart beating, even if its doors remain shuttered.
ICP's course Intersectionality in Documentary Photography examines the intersections of documentary photography and race, economics, class, and culture in the United States. Using intersectionality theory, students will dive into concepts such as visibility, gaze, compositional hierarchy, and storytelling, and how documentary photography integrates these themes to produce compelling images that accurately represent marginalized communities. Register at the link below✨
Five months, thousands of stories🖤
Learn more about #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis at the link below.
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Join ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany on 8/28 for a remote in-gallery tour and presentation of #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis, an evolving exhibition heading towards 1,000 images drawn from #ICPConcerned posts on Instagram made from the time New York City went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, through the thousands of Black Lives Matter demonstrations that have taken place since the murder of George Floyd, through now.
Campany will show the installation process, which includes an in-gallery printing station, and conduct a walk-through of the physical space before giving a presentation of the images submitted from over 60 countries featured in the exhibition. RSVP at the link below⬇️✨
Image: Merima Ramdedović, Growth During a Pandemic | This photo was taken the last time I took the train before quarantine, I wanted to create beauty within that cold and empty setting of the train as a result of COVID-19. March 20, New York, NY.
"To me, pictures are like blintzes - ya gotta get 'em while they're hot." - Weegee
📸 Weegee, 1938, The Genius of the Camera.
As the popular saying goes, “The best camera in the world is the one that’s with you." In this hands-on weekend workshop, iPhone Photography Online, students will learn how to elevate their photos from casual snapshots to frame-worthy personal images using only an iPhone. Register today at the link below✨
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📸 Clint Weldon
ICP's Managing Director of Programs, David Campany, will be taking over the ICP Instagram account this week going behind the scenes of "#ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis" head to our IG account now to follow along! 📸 ✨
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#ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis presents a selection of photographs collected from the ICP Concerned hashtag on Instagram, initiated by the International Center of Photography in March 2020. The images, chosen by ICP staff across departments, present a wide range of responses to recent events worldwide, from the COVID-19 pandemic to Black Lives Matter protests and beyond.
The exhibition at ICP in New York City will continue to grow alongside the Instagram archive in the coming months, eventually encompassing 1,000 images. We encourage you to keep showing us how you are responding in this moment by tagging #ICPConcerned on Instagram.
Click the link below to learn more about #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis.
Image: Garry Lotulung, @garrylotulung. Muslim women wearing face masks pray to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the festival marking the end of Ramadan, at a residential area amid the spread of COVID-19. May 24, Bekasi, Indonesia.
ICP's new Gap Year Program is designed to offer students individualized attention and in depth learning w/ a flexible schedule. Along with 40 hours of class time, you'll receive 10 hours of one-on-one mentorship. Register below✨
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The International Center of Photography’s new Gap Year Program is designed to offer students individualized attention and in-depth learning with a flexible schedule. Grounded in ICP’s robust Continuing Education offerings, participants receive 10 hours of one-on-one mentorship to complement 40 h...
Time is short...🕟
📸 Weegee, [Time Is Short, Little Italy, New York] 1942.
Apply now for @ICP’s 2020-2021 Creative Practices and Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Programs, starting this fall! ⠀
ICP’s One-Year Certificate Programs provide advanced students with an intensive yearlong course of study to strengthen personal vision, refine skills and technique, and explore the many disciplines informing media and art today.⠀⠀
Click the video to hear Rochelle Brockington (CP 2019 Graduate) detail her experience at @icp! 📸
ICP's Teen Academy offers quarterly classes for every level! Register today for Photo II in Digital: Creating a Body of Work. In this one-week intensive and more advanced digital photography class, students explore workflows for further developing a body of work or portfolio.
Click the link below to register💫
📸 Lydia Lee
In her brief but dramatic career, Gerda Taro made some of the most striking photographs to come from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War.
📸 Gerda Taro: [Republican soldier playing the bugle, Valencia, Spain]
ICP's Teen Academy program offers quarterly classes for every level. The program is designed to cultivate visual literacy, personal vision, and leadership skills through classes focused on the techniques and history of photography and visual culture.
Register for Teen Academy today at the link below ⬇️ 💫
📸 Curtis Willocks
ICP Teen Academy Alum Steven Tovar’s work is influenced by his identity and upbringing, and his photography focuses on the injustices affecting his community.
Click the link below to read more about Steven Tovar in The Washington Post and eleven other young photographers of color as they share their stories about how the events of 2020 have shaped them.
“We must use time wisely and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right.” - Nelson Mandela
📸Jürgen Schadeberg, Nelson Mandela, Treason Trial.
Advance your creative skills this summer! Register today for a Continuing Education class at The International Center of Photography. With classes such as Smartphone Photography Online, and Getting Closer: Intimacy and Portraiture, you’ll be producing amazing work in no time.
Click the link below to register today ⬇️📸
Best known for her photographic documentation of New York City in the late 1930s, Berenice Abbott experimented with photography as a tool to illustrate scientific phenomena, such as magnetism and motion.
Join ICP for the nation-wide release of artist JR’s short film, One Thousand Stories: The Making of a Mural. Follow artist JR (Faces Places) in the creation of his first video mural project, The Chronicles of San Francisco. Directed by Tasha Van Zandt (Time magazine’s Emmy Nominated Guns in America).
Stream the film at the link below, and #MuseumFromHome 🎬
Elliot Erwitt: Silence Sounds Good follows legendary Magnum photographer Elliot Erwitt as he travels back to Cuba for the first time since his iconic Newsweek photos of Fidel Castro & Che Guevara for a new book and exhibition. The film screening dives into Erwitt’s extensive photo archives of presidents’ popes and everyday people while showcasing Erwitt’s signature wry observations, often likened to “Chaplin movies.”
RSVP now at the link below✨
Join ICP for the nation-wide release of the new films, Elliott Erwitt: Silence Sounds Good—directed by ICP alum Adriana Lopez Sanfeliu—and artist JR’s short film, ...
Since 2001, ICP’S Teen Academy program has supported thousands of New York City high school students. Join us on 7/20 for Teen Academy Imagemakers: Creating a Body of Work. In this one-week intensive, students will explore workflows for further developing a body of work or portfolio.
Register now at the link below⬇️ ✨
Great talk with our teens, & Award-winning filmmaker and ICP at THE POINT alum Nadia Hallgren on Tuesday!
Join us tomorrow for our second chat with Nadia Hallgren, “Becoming a Visual Storyteller.”
RSVP at the link below✨ #ICPTalks
Rolling applications for ICP's 2020-2021 Doc Practice & Visual Journalism & Creative Practices Program are now open! Priority for scholarship opportunities will be given to those who apply before 7/31.
Tap link below to learn more✨
📸 Kate Dumke
Join ICP & instructor’s Mira Dayal, and Katie Giritlian on 7/9 for ‘Reimagining Captions: Poetic Approaches to Photography’. Captions often contextualize images in history or memory after their production, and are usually treated as secondary to the photograph. In this course, we explore how the caption can instead function as a poetic prompt for imagemaking.
Register at the link below! 💫
📸: Mira Dayal
Award-winning filmmaker and ICP at THE POINT alum Nadia Hallgren returns to ICP fresh off the release of Becoming, the Netflix documentary she directed about former First Lady Michelle Obama. Teens and adults are invited to join Hallgren for two illuminating conversations on her journey as a visual storyteller. Get your tickets today!
ICP Teen Talks—Voices of Change: Nadia Hallgren
ICP Talks: Nadia Hallgren on Becoming a Visual Storyteller.
📷: Courtesy of Nadia Hallgren
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