Monthly Archives: November 2012

Occupy ICP Library

  November 30 | Friday | 6 pm ICP library, School at ICP, 1114 Avenue of the Americas Join us for an unmediated conversation about the Strike Anywhere exhibition exploring the questions it raises about imagery, Occupy, and other forms of protest. This is a chance … Continue reading

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Favourite Photobooks of 2012

It is that time of year again. We all discuss our favourite photobooks of 2012 and like super nerds we list them. ten selected by Matthew: Dun Briste, Downpatrick Head – Jan Kempenaers Out To Lunch – Ari Marcopoulus Elementary … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday ICP!

The first ever ICP exhibition opened . . . Our charismatic founder Cornell Capa was in attendance . . . The Magic began. . . it took place in this old building (this photograph was taken by some bloke called … Continue reading

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Contemporary Photo Books from Argentina selected by Marcelo Brodsky

Please join us for a Reception Friday 16 November 6:00 – 8:00 pm at International Center of Photography Library “Argentinian photo book production has increased significantly in the last few years. La Azotea, directed by Sara Facio was one of … Continue reading

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Diary by Corinne Day – review by Leanne Benson.

“Good friends make you face the truth about yourself and you do the same for them, as painful, or as pleasurable, as the truth may be.” This paragraph is on the back of Corinne Day’s autobiographical photo book Diary. I … Continue reading

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