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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...

September 04, 2013

Thank you to the supporters of #SANDY!

#SANDY is a book of iPhone photographs of Hurricane Sandy, taken by an array of acclaimed photographers. Creating a comprehensive record of Sandy’s tragic impact and making strides toward recovery after this disaster, #SANDY is an important project for our history. #SANDY is not only a critical documentary piece,...

August 26, 2013

Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy

Opening this past weekend, and continuing until September 29th, the International Center of Photography is hosting a photography exhibition entitled, “Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy,” on Governor’s Island in NY. The group exhibition will feature 100 works by many photographers, including Ed Kashi (VII). The show features images...

August 22, 2013

Anecdotes of #SANDY

In October of 2012, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the eastern seaboard. Causing major damage from high winds and severe flooding, Sandy left her disastrous mark on the east coast. We all remember where we were when the storm hit, and how we lived the days following without power,...

August 06, 2013

#SANDY

In October 2012, the treacherous Superstorm Sandy rolled onto the east coast leaving a wake of destruction in her path. Relentless, Sandy destroyed thousands of  homes, ravaged the Jersey Shore, and left millions without electricity. The effects of this monstrous hurricane were documented expansively, especially through the medium of...