Visit ICP at Photoville! This year, Photoville returns to Brooklyn Bridge Park from September 12–15 and 19–22, with hundreds of exhibitions, evening projections, workshops, activities and panels for free!

For the first time, ICP will host an evening projection presenting the work of our most notable Infinity Award honorees from the past three decades.

A container installation featuring the work of ICP’s 2019 One-Year Certificate program graduate Rafaella Castagnola will be on view beginning September 12.


Container Exhibition: A Chronicle of Chance Intersections

On view September 12–15 and 19–22 | 12–10 PM
A Chronicle of Chance Intersections is a mixed-media installation featuring the materials of Rafaella Castagnola’s obsessive investigation of a crashed car stranded at a Brooklyn police station. A 2019 graduate of ICP’s One-Year Certificate program in New Media Narratives, Castagnola created the installation to explore urbanites’ desire to find meaning in the heartbreak of strangers.

DROP IN! Creating Zines with ICP

Saturday, September 14 | 12–6 PM
Photoville Activity Tent
Learn how to make your own zines (mini-magazines) using recycled and repurposed images through collage and collaboration with ICP faculty.

35 Years of Impact: Images from ICP’s Infinity Awards

Saturday, September 14 | 7:30–9 PM
Smorgasburg Beer Garden
Join us for an evening projection featuring the compelling work honored at ICP’s annual Infinity Awards, which recognize outstanding achievements in photography and visual arts.

DUMBO at Twilight Photography Workshop

Saturday, September 21 | 5–9 PM
Photoville Workshop Area
In partnership with ICP, and taught by award-winning and internationally exhibited photographer Lynn Saville, this workshop introduces students to the fundamentals of taking photographs at twilight.

ICP Community Programs: Teen Storytellers Impacting Change

Thursday, September 19 | 10 AM–6 PM
For students, school, and community groups participating in education day! Photoville’s Education Day is a unique art education initiative designed to give local middle school and high school students an inside look into Photoville. Registration is required.

Image: © Rafaella Castagnola