September 7November 18, 2007
This second installment of the ICP fellowship exhibition includes nine curious, energetic, and probing photographers who criss-crossed multiple countries in several continents, investigating unfamiliar locations and social situations. The photographers documented subjects ranging from a Life Skills Project at the Mae Mei Elementary School in Thailand to a Project Mercy School in Yetebon, Ethiopia, and also including an ice-fishing community in Lake Champlain, New York. Their work conjures images that are both lyrical and unflinchingly direct.
ICP and the fellowship recipients thank The Global Fund for Children, Johnson & Johnson, and the Tierney Family Foundation for their generous support and encouragement in helping to make these photographic projects possible.