- Francesc Torres, Folded Steel Column, 2009. © Francesc Torres
- Gregg Brown, [Iron workers cut the remaining structure of the North Tower, 12/16/2001], from Above Ground Zero. © Gregg Brown
- Elena del Rivero and Leslie McCleave, [debris in studio] from cedarliberty, video still, 2011. © 2011 cedarliberty, LLC Original footage. © 2002 Elena del Rivero. Courtesy the artists
- Peter Foley, [Untitled], 2001, from here is new york: a democracy of photographs. © Peter Foley
- Eugene Richards, Funeral in Staten Island for Firefighter John Schardt, Engine Company 201, December 31, 2001, from Stepping Through the Ashes. © Eugene Richards. Courtesy the artist
SEPTEMBER 9–JANUARY 8, 2012
In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, the International Center of Photography is collaborating with the National September 11 Memorial Museum on Remembering 9/11, a major exhibition of photography and video that addresses the issues of memory and recovery from disaster and explores how New Yorkers and volunteers from across the U.S. responded to this inconceivable tragedy. Focusing on how firefighters, transit workers, police officers, construction workers, artists, photographers, and World Trade Center neighbors worked together in the aftermath of the attacks, the exhibition will include five parts: Memory Remains: 9/11 Artifacts at Hangar 17, a major installation by Francesc Torres; photographs from Eugene Richards' Stepping Through the Ashes; a five-channel video installation, cedarliberty, by Elena del Rivero and Leslie McCleave; Above Ground Zero, photographs and proof sheets by Gregg Brown; and excerpts from here is new york: a democracy of photographs. The exhibition is organized by ICP Curator Carol Squiers.
Memory Remains: Artifacts at Hangar 17 by Francesc Torres is presented in association with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
- Press Release PDF
- ICP's September 11 Archive
- Five Questions: An Interview with Gregg Brown
- Add your story to the 9/11 Memorial Museum's Make History site
- "Reminiscence: 'Stepping Through the Ashes’" by Eugene Richards — The New York Times Lens Blog
- "Three Ways to Look Back, None Easy" — The New York Times