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Bernard Yenelouis on Found Photos in Detroit

Arianna Arcara’s & Luca Santese’s Found Photos in Detroit is a collection of damaged Polaroids, snapshots and forensic images collected by the authors in Detroit. The poor condition of the images, the grime and wear kept intact in the scans … Continue reading

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A Prime Number of Photo Books for 2013

In lieu of the excess of photo books that appear now, I will limit my list for 2013 to items that animate my interests, rather than a hierarchy of quality. My interests for 2013 include: nineteenth century “hidden mothers”, war … Continue reading

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Neutral is the only gender that suits me best

Neutral is the only gender that suits me best (Claude Cahun) by Mike Fernandez And, No. I will follow the water in the air, the trail in the water, the mirage in the pupil…I wish to hunt myself down, to … Continue reading

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‘The Americans List’ and some things you cannot buy at the store by Emiliano Cavicchi

‘The Americans List’ and some things you cannot buy at the store by Emiliano Cavicchi    “What is your knock-out favorite image of the 83 of Robert Frank’s The Americans ?“.  Straight and spooky question, right? And engaging enough, to … 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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Delicacies Review

by Tyler Goldfarb, ICP Library midwinter intern Ron Stark’s Delicacies is a humble little book that can be easily looked past because of its physical simplicity. The photographer is almost impossible to find on the Internet, but that doesn’t dismiss … Continue reading

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Hans‐Jurgen Burkard

As I was logging some archives today, I came across an interesting letter handwritten by someone named Hans to someone named Anna. The letter describes Hans’ difficulties in regaining entry to Russia to continue an assignment for the German magazine STERN, and goes … Continue reading

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Punk Rock at ICP: Redux by Joe Ketner

Punk Rock at ICP: Redux Back by popular demand (read: the demand of several vocal library staffers), it’s another punk rock dispatch from the ICP Library: Susie J. Horgan. Punk Love. TR681.M86 .H67 2007 Noise and speed were some of … Continue reading

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Punk Rock at the ICP – Joe Ketner

Born in 1974, ICP was still a young institution when punk rock exploded, and evidence of the genre is scattered throughout the Library. Whether you’re looking for an Iggy Pop portrait or a photo from Jello Biafra’s wedding (conducted in … Continue reading

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Fools Gold : April 28 – April 30

CURTIS HAMILTON Fool’s Gold: MFA Thesis Exhibition ICP-Bard MFA Studio, 24–20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Long Island City, Queens April 28 – April 30 Opening Reception: April 28 | Thursday | 6:00–9:00 pm On View: April 29 – 30 | … Continue reading

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