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Past Exhibition

  • Mikhael Subotzky / Patrick Waterhouse, Windows, Ponte City, 2008–2010 (detail). Courtesy the artists and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg.
  • Huma Bhabha, Bagram, 2010. Courtesy Peter Blum Gallery, New York.
  • A.K. Burns, Installation, Touch Parade, 2011, TAG The Hague, Netherlands, 2012. Courtesy the artist and Callicoon Fine Arts, NY. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij.
  • Aleksandra Domanović, Installation, Untitled (30.III.2010), 2010, installation view, "From you to me" (detail), Kunsthalle Basel, 2012. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin. Photo: Gunnar Meier.
  • Nir Evron, A Free Moment, 2011. Courtesy the artist and Chelouche Gallery, Tel Aviv.
  • Sam Falls, Untitled (House, Red and Yellow, Joshua Tree, CA), 2012. Courtesy the artist and M + B Gallery
  • Lucas Foglia, Homeschooling Chalkboard, Tennessee, 2008. Courtesy the artist.
  • Jim Goldberg, Proof (detail), 2011. Courtesy the artist.
  • Mishka Henner, Unknown Site, Noordwijk aan Zee, South Holland, 2011. Courtesy the artist.
  • Thomas Hirschhorn, Touching Reality, 2012. Courtesy the artist; Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris; and Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York.
  • Elliott Hundley, Pentheus, 2010. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; purchase.
  • Oliver Laric, Versions, 2012. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin; and Seventeen, London.
  • Andrea Longacre-White, Pad Scan (International Center of Photography), 2013. Courtesy the artist and Various Small Fires, Los Angeles.
  • Gideon Mendel, Shopkeeper Suparat Taddee, Chumchon Ruamjai Community, Bangkok, Thailand November 2011, 2011. Courtesy the artist.
  • Luis Molina-Pantin,Parque Jaime Duque 1, 2004–2005. Courtesy the artist.
  • Rabih Mroué, Blow up 4, 2012. Courtesy the artist and Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut/Hamburg.
  • Sohei Nishino, New York, from the series Diorama Maps, 2006. Collection of Javier Macaya, Courtesy the Michael Hoppen Gallery, London.
  • Lisa Oppenheim, Man holding large camera photographing a cataclysmic event, possibly a volcano erupting, 1908/2012 (version XI), 2012. Courtesy the artist and Klosterfelde, Berlin.
  • Trevor Paglen, The Fence (Lake Kickapoo, Texas), 2010. Collection of the New School Art Collection. Courtesy the artist; Altman Siegel, San Francisco; Metro Pictures, New York; Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne.
  • Nica Ross, WOAHMONE, a monthly party thrown by Nica Ross and musical partners Nath Ann Carrera and Savannah Knoop, New York, 2011. Courtesy the artist.
  • Michael Schmelling, Untitled (Appendix 2), from the series The Plan, 2005–2009. Courtesy the artist.
  • Hito Steyerl, November, 2004. Courtesy the artist.
  • Shimpei Takeda, Trace #7, Nihonmatsu Castle, 2012. Courtesy the artist.

Every three years, ICP's curators round up some of the most interesting contemporary photography and video works from around the world. The 2013 Triennial, A Different Kind of Order, focuses on artworks created in our current moment of widespread economic, social, and political instability. The exhibition includes 28 international artists who employ photography, film, video, and interactive media. Many of their works reflect the growing importance of new paradigms associated with digital image making and network culture. A Different Kind of Order is organized by Kristen Lubben, Christopher Phillips, Carol Squiers, and Joanna Lehan.

Triennial Artists

Roy Arden
Huma Bhabha
Nayland Blake
A.K. Burns
Aleksandra Domanović
Nir Evron
Sam Falls
Lucas Foglia
Jim Goldberg

Mishka Henner
Thomas Hirschhorn
Elliott Hundley
Oliver Laric
Andrea Longacre-White
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Gideon Mendel
Luis Molina-Pantin
Rabih Mroué
Wangechi Mutu

Sohei Nishino
Lisa Oppenheim
Trevor Paglen
Walid Raad
Nica Ross
Michael Schmelling
Hito Steyerl
Mikhael Subotzky /
  Patrick Waterhouse
Shimpei Takeda


The Triennial also includes an installation of self-published and independently published photobooks. Download a checklist (PDF) of all the titles.

ICP Interview with A.K. Burns

A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial is made possible with support from the ICP Exhibitions Committee, Mark McCain and Caro Macdonald/Eye and I, Deborah Jerome and Peter Guggenheimer, Joseph and Joan Cullman Foundation for the Arts, Brown Penny Fund, Duggal Visual Solutions, Artis, The Japan Foundation, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, Consulate General of Germany New York, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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