Join us on Thursday, June 2, 7–9 PM, for the Opening Night Party of William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948–2013This pay-by-donation event is a chance to visit ICP's galleries to dance, enjoy drinks, and get a first look at this career-spanning exhibition of William Klein's work. 

Born in Manhattan in 1928, William Klein visited the city’s art museums as a teenager and longed to get to Europe. By 1948 he was in Paris where he studied at the Sorbonne, worked briefly under artist Fernand Léger, and where he has lived ever since. For decades he juggled commercial assignments around the world with personal projects in photography, film, painting, and publishing. Now, Klein returns home in this exhibition covering decades of his creative output.

Due to space capacity, we strongly encourage you to reserve your timed ticket for the Opening Night Party in advance. We look forward to seeing you there!

ICP requires that all museum visitors show proof of vaccination upon entry and must wear a mask while on the premises.

Image: William Klein, Marc Jacobs and Klein, Paris, 2005. © William Klein, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery