Inspired by William Klein’s bold and impactful photographs made on the streets of New York, Rome, and beyond, this July join ICP on Thursdays for a series of street photography-related programs.
On July 14, hear from photographer Dina Litovsky as she shares her recent projects and most surprising photographs taken on the streets of NYC with ICP's Associate Director of Part-Time Program, Natan Dvir, and offers stories and tips for those interested in making their own images. The conversation will be held both in-person and online. Stay late for pay-by-donation admission to ICP’s galleries to visit William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Film, 1946–2013.
ICP's street photography series will continue with a special screening of the documentary Martha Cooper: A Picture Story, which focuses on the life and work of New York City graffiti and street photographer Martha Cooper, and the panel Images on the Street: Part II.
ICP Street Photography Intensive
Interested in honing your street photography skills? Learn more about ICP’s Street Photography Intensive which offers intermediate photographers the opportunity to dive into Street Photography, gain confidence taking pictures in public places, and acquire the knowledge, techniques, and artistic background needed for creating arresting imagery in this dynamic environment. Upcoming courses offered include Ethics in Documentary Photography taught by Vanessa Charlot and Introduction to Street Photography: Capturing the Fleeting Moment with Natan Dvir.
Important Program Information
This program is being offered both in person at ICP, located on NYC's Lower East Side and online. Tickets are free with suggested donation. In-person tickets include museum access. In person and online tickets are not interchangeable.
Currently, ICP requires that all visitors aged two and older wear a mask while on the premises. Proof of vaccination is no longer required but strongly recommended to visit ICP's galleries. Events taking place in the ICP library currently require proof of vaccination in order to attend; please review your tickets closely for up-to-date requirements. ICP requires visitors to this program to show proof of vaccination at the front desk.
Dina Litovsky is a Ukrainian-born photographer living in New York City since 1991. She holds a bachelor in psychology from NYU and an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, NY.
Dina's imagery can be described as visual sociology. Her work explores the idea of leisure, often focusing on subcultures and social gatherings. Dina is a regular contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, TIME, New Yorker and New York Magazine. In 2020 Dina won the Nannen Prize, Germany's foremost award for documentary photography. Alongside her photographic work, she is currently writing a newsletter about photography, In the Flash.
Natan Dvir is an educator, artist, and editorial photographer. He became the Associate Director of Part-Time Programs at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York in 2022 after teaching at ICP since 2011. In his role, Natan is in charge of designing and managing creative and flexible programs for American and international students to develop their practice while studying with some of the world’s most accomplished and innovative practitioners. His personal teaching focuses on conceptual documentary, street photography, editing & sequencing, and professional best practices.
Natan received his MBA from Tel Aviv University and his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He is Israel’s first Sony Imaging Ambassador and is represented by Polaris Images agency and the gallery Anastasia Photo. His award-winning work has been exhibited and published extensively during the past 20 years by museums, festivals, and leading magazines around the world.