February 07, 2019
Your Mirror: Portraits from the ICP Collection
I’m happy to share that one of my photographs is included in this group exhibition at ICP. Through studio portraits, snapshots, and documentary photographs, Your Mirror: Portraits from the ICP Collection surveys the nuanced ways people present themselves for the camera, how and by whom they are represented, and who...
June 14, 2017
ICP Panel: The Photo Agency and the Business of Photography
I will be joining Katie Orlinsky, Larry Towell, and Shannon Simon for a panel at the International Center of Photography on Wednesday, June 14th entitled The Photo Agency and the Business of Photography. “This program draws together a diversity of voices from today’s top photo agencies and collectives, expanding...
December 01, 2014
ICP Talks: Climate Change
As part of the International Center of Photography’s Fall 2014 Programming series, ICP Talks: Climate Change, Ed Kashi will be included on the panel discussion and presentation Photography & the Environment 2: Visualizing Climate Change, on December 1st from 7:00-9:00pm.
November 21, 2014
NO AD: Re-imagining Public Space
NO AD has teamed up with the International Center of Photography (ICP) this week to virtually replace subway advertisements with the artwork of 65 ICP faculty members, including Ed Kashi (VII). NO AD is a free mobile app that uses Augmented Reality technology to resurface New York subway advertisements...
September 30, 2014
ICP & Climate Change
As part of the International Center of Photography’s Fall 2014 Programming series, ICP Talks: Climate Change, Ron Haviv (VII) took part in the first panel Photography and the Environment 1: The Concerned Photographer yesterday. Haviv is also kicking off the ICP Instagram campaign on climate change by posting images...
February 24, 2014
Book Launch Event: Gays in the Military
Vincent Cianni, photographer and Talking Eyes Media fiscal sponsee, is launching the publication of his book Gays in the Military (published by Daylight Books). Cianni’s Gays in the Military combines compelling photographs and interviews to create an important historical record of the struggles of gay and lesbian veterans and...
December 19, 2013
Exploring Photojournalism’s New Frontiers
The International Center of Photography will be hosting a series of online classes in their continuing education program this winter. Ed Kashi (VII) will be teaching a course, The Art of Visual Storytelling: Exploring Photojournalism’s New Frontiers. “In the digital age, traditional photojournalism has crossed over into and absorbed...
December 12, 2013
Stories in the Social Landscape
The International Center of Photography (ICP) presents an exhibition of work by faculty members called “Stories in the Social Landscape.” Curated by Karen Marshall, this show addresses ways in which the photographic narrative can inspire ideas about people and place within the social landscape of our world. A selection...
November 20, 2013
Social Media and the Storm
Join photographers Benjamin Lowy and Stephen Wilkes along with Sean Corcoran, the City Museum curator of Prints and Photographs, for a discussion on the impact of social media during Hurricane Sandy. The major role played by mobile photography in the documentary efforts of the disaster was an unprecedented form...
October 28, 2013
Robert Capa at 100
Named ‘The Greatest War Photographer in the World’ by Picture Post in 1938, Robert Capa was an influential photojournalist of his time and to this day continues to cast a broad and deep shadow in the world of photography and particularly photojournalism. Capa’s photos from the Spanish Civil War...