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Past Exhibition

  • © Jeremy Ayers
  • © Raymond Adams
  • © Alexander Arpag
  • © Bart Babinski
  • © Vanessa Bahmani
  • © R. Bram
  • © Brennan Cavanaugh
  • © Julian Feller Cohen
  • © Romain Corvez
  • © Lauren DeCicca
  • © Natan Dvir
  • © Caleb Ferguson
  • © Alessandro Ghirelli
  • © Cassandra Giraldo
  • © Steven Greaves
  • © Shin Woong Jae
  • © Danielle Kelly
  • © Jessica Lerhman
  • © Rebecca Letz
  • © Andre Malerba
  • © Charles Meacham
  • © James Mignona
  • © Mustafa Onder
  • © Karen Ostrom
  • © Viviana Peretti
  • © SeBiArt
  • © Byron Smith
  • © Paul Talbot
  • © Noit Zakay
  • Visiting scholar Hallie DeCatherine Jones giving a talk on the use of imagery and its implications within the OWS movement. © Rachel Seed.
  • The Flag Doctors perform. © Rachel Seed.
  • © Rachel Seed
  • © Rachel Seed
  • ICP Teen Academy Coordinator Dee Campos leading a workshop. © Isabel M. Figueroa.
  • ICP Teen Academy Coordinator Dee Campos leading a workshop. © Isabel M. Figueroa.
  • ICP Teen Academy Coordinator Dee Campos leading a workshop. © Isabel M. Figueroa.

Occupy!

AUGUST 18–SEPTEMBER 30, 2012

To mark the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, arguably the most inclusive and effective protest movement of the past decade, the International Center of Photography presents Occupy! The exhibition is on view at Governors Island and features photographs and films inspired by the movement, which began in New York on September 17, 2011.

Occupy! acknowledges the relevance of popular protest during this crucial presidential election year, and celebrates the significant uses of photography, film, and social media in recording and communicating the message of the OWS movement. The exhibition features media from interested photographers who have submitted their work to ICP, both professional and amateur. The structure of the multi-medium exhibition changes over the course of its six-week run and includes hundreds of photographic prints related to the protests, as well as film screenings, digitally displayed crowd-sourced imagery, and special events.

Organized by Rachel Seed.