Diapason—a survey show of work by ten recent graduates of ICP’s Advanced Continuing Education Track Program—explores personal empowerment amid ideological conflicts, both private and public, and examines the spaces that we inhabit, build, and ultimately abandon. Photographic genres of constructed narrative and street photography, as well as careful studies with large format cameras, each uniquely explore themes of domesticity, ethnic heritage, and identity. Diapason guides us through a journey of codes and references, and makes sense of the tenuous order and disorder of our contemporary environment and cultural landscape.
Students enrolled in ICP’s yearlong Part-Time Programs, including the Advanced Continuing Education Track Program, participate in a series of unique seminars exploring ideas and materials, and creating comprehensive bodies of work. Graduates from these programs have continued on as working artists, attended prestigious graduate schools, and been awarded grants and scholarships, including the Fulbright Scholarship, along with many other recognitions of their work.
This exhibition is co-curated by Ben Gest, Jean-Marie Casbarian, and Ports Bishop.
Michele I. Arazi, George Cavalletto, Eliot Nolen, Gabriel Sacco, Moran Sachs, Ralph Salomon, Patrick Schnell, Idris Talib Solomon, Richard Tarczaly, Amena Yassine
Monday–Sunday | 10 AM–6 PM
The opening reception for diapason will be held Friday, December 9 from 6 to 8 PM.