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Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Photo of Rivers, First Draft: The Woman in Red starts painting the stove her own color, 1982/2015.


9 Art Events To Attend In New York City This Week

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27Workshop: “How To—Instagram | #ICPworkshop” at International Center of Photography Truly a workshop of its time, this event features Instagram photographers with a minimum of 50-500K followers (professionals, in other words) to share “success stories, tips, and tricks.” … Read More

Infinity Awards ceremony.


ICP Gives Infinity Awards to Graciela Iturbide, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Mario Testino, More

The International Center of Photography has announced its eight 2015 Infinity Award winners, all of whom will be honored at an awards ceremony—which doubles as ICP’s largest annual fundraiser—on April 30 at Pier 60 at the Chelsea Piers in New York.Graciela … Read More

Brian Wallis, photo courtesy ICP

Brian Wallis’s Departure From ICP Was Months in the Making

International Center of Photography (ICP) Chief Curator Brian Wallis’s exit from the institution was not a surprise, ARTnews has learned; he and ICP spent months preparing for the transition.The International Center of Photography (ICP) announced today that Wallis, deputy director … Read More

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International Center of Photography on Sixth Avenue at 43rd Street, New York City.


ICP Announces Chief Curator Brian Wallis Is Stepping Down

The International Center of Photography has announced that Brian Wallis, deputy director of exhibitions and collections and chief curator since 1999, will be stepping down at the end of February.Wallis has led ICP’s department of Exhibitions and Collections since joining the institution in … Read More

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Roman Vishniac, [Zionist youth building a chool and foundry while learning construction techniques, Werkdorp Nieuwesluis, Wieringermeer, The Netherlands], 1939.

Taking Roman Vishniac Out of the Ghetto

With a trove of images that were unseen, unprinted, and unknown, the ICP creates a new and nuanced portrait of the photographer best known for documenting the vanished world of Eastern European Jewry Read More