Illustrations from Luis Weinstein’s previous book titled Aritmética Americana. Images he took in different countries when traveling South America. It was published by CenFoto, Chile, in 2012. Photography is a term that, like the photographic image itself, represents … Continue reading
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The International Center of Photography is proud to present its inaugural Friends of ICP Library artist book, Act of Faith: A Soldier’s Manda by Brian Paumier, commissioned by the artist as a thank you to supporters of the ICP Library, … Continue reading
Today we received our copy of ICP Alum Rita Leistner‘s new remarkable book, Looking for Marshall McLuhan in Afghanistan: Text and i-Phone Hipstamatic Photography with a foreward by Julian Stallabrass. Rita was one of the handful of ICP alumni who documented … Continue reading
How could I possibly cast a wide with the net for this task of selecting great photobooks? The more I see, the less I think I know about what makes it to print each year. While I try to take … Continue reading
Last week, artist-in-residence Zoe Strauss touched many parts of the International Center of Photography, and the library was delighted to have had a visit from the artist, whose retrospective is currently in the galleries of the ICP with a smart … Continue reading
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In honor of the one century birthday of Robert Capa, here is an edited selection of ephemera relating to exhibitions of his work throughout the world. We salute your enduring legacy, Robert Capa!
An Echo from International Center of Photography’s Triennial “A Different Kind of Order” at the ICP/Bard MFA Studios in Long Island City Friday, September 20 the International Center of Photography will present a pop-up reading room and shop echoing the … Continue reading
The International Center of Photography is pleased to announce the publication of Acto de Fe: A Soldier’s Manda, an artist’s book by Brian Paumier. The limited edition will be exclusively given to Friends of ICP Library. Brian Paumier is a … Continue reading
In 2012 we decided to re-imagine what a support group for our library might look like. Our extraordinary Library Committee had been supporting all that we do for a decade, but we wanted more members, international members, and people who … Continue reading
The image of the Middle East has been a subject for photographers since the development of the medium. The first photographic process was announced in France in 1839 and photography quickly came into use in the Middle East by local … Continue reading