A FORM OF LOVE: An Exhibition of Contemporary Conflict Photography October 18, 2014 4PM – 8PM 205 Avenue A New York

A FORM OF LOVE
An Exhibition of Co
Contemporary Conflict Photography
October 18, 2014
4PM – 8PM
205 Avenue A New York

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A Form Of Love is a group exhibition curated by photographers Jordan Sullivan, Aaron Stern and Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini of contemporary conflict photography. In the wake of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff’s deaths, the three curators have brought together photojournalists past and present to raise awareness and funds to benefit the Tim Hetherington Trust and James W. Foley Legacy Fund.

The exhibition will feature Larry Burrows, Marcus Bleasdale, Peter van Agtmael, Sebastiano, Tomada Piccolomini, Paolo Pellegrin, Yuri Kozyrev, Franco Pagetti, Thomas Dworzak, Jean- Pierre Laffont and Tim Hetherington.

A Form of Love will be published as a limited edition book by 205-A, featuring work by each of the exhibiting photographers and poetry by Tom Sleigh and text by Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini. The book will be launched at the opening reception of the exhibition. It also available at the ICP Library and in the ICP Museum Store.

205A is a gallery, curatorial and publishing projected founded by photographer Aaron Stern and author and photographer Jordan Sullivan in 2014. 205A organizes fine art and documentary photography exhibitions and publishes limited edition books and zines.

About Liz Sales

Liz Sales is cataloged as a bibliographic items with International Center of Photography Library. A bibliographic item can be any information entity (e.g., books, computer files, graphics, realia, cartographic materials, or in Liz's case, Liz) that is considered library material as far as it is relevant to the catalog and to the patrons of the library in question. Liz is the only human being recognized by the Library of Congress as a library holding and has an assigned Library of Congress and ISBN #. While she cannot always be found at the library, she is a permanent part of the collection. For more information about Liz look up her library record at either http://www.worldcat.org/ or http://www.icp.org/research-center/library.
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