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Past Exhibition

  • Chris Ozer, Untitled, 2012. © Chris Ozer.
  • Natan Dvir, Untitled, 2012. © Natan Dvir.
  • Ed Kashi, Untitled, 2012. Staten Island after Hurricane Sandy, November. © Ed Kashi/VII.
  • Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Queens, NY. Neighbors work to extinguish the remnants of the fire which swept through the beach front community of Breezy Point, Queens the night of Superstorm Sandy, leaving over 100 homes in ashes. The community, home to many fire fighters, was cut off from the fire station just a few blocks away by Sandy's floodwaters.

    Natalie Keyssar, Untitled, Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Queens, NY. © Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal.

  • Susannah Ray, Boardwalk on Mini Cooper, Rockaway Beach, NY, October 2012. © Susannah Ray, courtesy Bonni Benrubi Gallery.
  • A kitchen sink and cabinet dangle above the sand in a damaged beachfront home in Belle Harbor.

    Christina Santucci, Untitled, 2012. © Christina Santucci/TimesLedger Newspapers.

  • A female resident of Manhattan's downtown Eastside makes her way past the Police Service Area 4 Station located on the corner of Avenue C and East 8th. The station was the only building in the area with lights, running off of an auxiliary power supply. Officers barricaded themselves inside while the streets flooded with waist deep water. October 30, 2012.

    David Maurice Smith, Lower East Side, 2012. © David Maurice Smith/Oculi.

  • Harvey Stein, Photographing the Seaside Heights Roller Coaster, December 31, 2012. © Harvey Stein.

Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy

AUGUST 24–SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

Governors Island
Building 19, Nolan Park

Visit the Governors Island website for directions and
ferry schedule.

In collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York, ICP presents a photography exhibition detailing the damage and recovery from Hurricane Sandy.

Drawn from an open call for submissions from the public that drew over 7,000 entries, the exhibition includes 100 works by more than 90 professional photographers, community members, and bystanders who photographed the effects of the devastating storm and the subsequent recovery efforts. The exhibition also showcases video from Gideon Mendel's Drowning World series on flood zones around the globe, and a slide-show of the photo submissions from faculty, students, and alumni of the School at ICP.

Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy will be on view at Governors Island Saturdays and Sundays, 12–6 pm, and Labor Day on Monday, September 2.