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Past Exhibition

  • Anna Shteynshleyger, Covered, 2008. © Anna Shteynshleyger, Collection of Lauren and Mitchell Presser.
  • Anna Shteynshleyger, Uncle Vova, 2002. © Anna Shteynshleyger, Courtesy the artist.
  • Anna Shteynshleyger, Untitled (Carnations), 2002. © Anna Shteynshleyger, Courtesy the artist.
  • Chien-Chi Chang, The Tang Family. Left: New York City, 1998; Right: Philadelphia, 2007. © Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos, Courtesy of Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos and Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei.
  • Chien-Chi Chang, The Yang Family. Left: New York City, 2004; Right: Fuzhou, China, 2005. © Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos, Courtesy of Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos and Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei.
  • Greg Girard, Negishi Housing Area (U.S. Navy), Yokohama, Japan, 2008. © Greg Girard, Courtesy the artist and Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver and Toronto.
  • Greg Girard, Air Force Exchange, Osan Air Base, Korea, 2008. © Greg Girard, Courtesy the artist and Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver and Toronto.
  • Greg Girard, Photography Studio Display, Okinawa, Japan, 2009. © Greg Girard, Courtesy the artist and Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver and Toronto.

Perspectives 2012: Anna Shteynshleyger, Greg Girard, Chien-Chi Chang

JANUARY 20–MAY 6, 2012

Perspectives is an exhibition series that focuses on emerging young artists working in photography and video. The small group exhibitions in the series are nonthematic, highlighting the individual ideas and achievements of an engaging and eclectic group of new faces. Those presented within Perspectives have not been widely exhibited, inspiring conversations on contemporary art, broadening ICP's audience, and revealing work that may otherwise not be seen outside of a small gallery setting. Above all, Perspectives will highlight global contemporary artists who have not yet been shown in New York, and who may not conventionally be considered photographers. ICP Curator Christopher Phillips organized this second exhibition in the series, which includes work by Chien-Chi Chang, Greg Girard, and Anna Shteynshleyger.

This exhibition was made possible with support from the ICP Exhibitions Committee and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.