Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers at Magnum unfolds the complex gender dynamics that women experience behind the camera.
William Klein: YES, a career retrospective at the International Center of Photography, is good for aficionados and neophytes alike.
In this online series, photographers explore the impact the pandemic, social movements, and a year lived through screens had on imagemaking.
Noah Morrison, founding member of ICP Center Blackness Now, says the International Center of Photography’s response to their efforts has been superficial.
Hip-hop once offered more than stereotypes of masculinity and femininity, but Contact High feels focused on valorizing commercial might above all else.
With I Can Make You Feel Good, Mitchell goes beyond his commercial photography to revisit his roots, documenting Black youths enjoying simple pleasures.
Alam will speak at the International Center of Photography as a part of ICP’s Infinity Awards programming.
Rise: Women on the Frontline explores the struggles of three women photojournalists and provides insight into their reasons for consistently returning to work.
Tonight, Jillian Steinhauer will be in conversation with Jason Eppink and Andrew Kuo to discuss memes, GIFs, and digital culture at the ICP.
VISION AND TECHNOLOGY: toward a more just future is a free symposium tackling contemporary issues around representation and new media practices
Concurrent shows at the International Center of Photography feature historical images of Japanese-American detention camps in the 1940s and Edmund Clark’s recent projects tracking the “War on Terror” and covert anti-terrorism programs.
Programs include a panel on the architecture of postmodern consumption, an artist talk with Lauren Greenfield, a conversation on wealth inequality, and a special one-night only interactive performance and revival service featuring Reverend Billy and the Stop-Shopping Choir.