Engage with ICP from Anywhere
We remain a vibrant virtual community dedicated to offering an open forum for dialogue about the power of the image. Below are different ways to stay connected with our exhibition and education programs.
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Experience Our Exhibitions
In But Still, It Turns: Recent Photography from the World (on view at ICP in New York City from February 4 through May 9, 2021) , nine contemporary photographers—Vanessa Winship, Curran Hatleberg, Richard Choi, RaMell Ross, Gregory Halpern, Piergiorgio Casotti, Emanuele Brutti, Kristine Potter, and Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa—present images made in the 21st-century United States that reflect a movement towards a lyrical documentary practice.
Extending the documentary tradition of photographers like Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Gordon Parks, and Diane Arbus, this work fits a notion of “photography from the world”—photography unfettered from narrative arcs, prize-winning moments, or the dramatization of daily life, grappling instead with the world as it is, in all its ambiguity and wonder.
In the work of these artists, life is not presented as an entertaining story. Instead, the photographers attempt to give shape to the world in all of its disarray and in so doing draw us all closer together by reminding us of our bonds to each other, to this time, and to existence more broadly.
But Still, It Turns is guest curated by photographer Paul Graham. It is accompanied by a book published by MACK. Additional programming, including an exhibition audio guide, to be announced soon.
Enjoy exhibition introductions, audio guides, and select programming at icp.org/audio.
Take Your Photography Further
We are now accepting applications for on-site and online versions of our One-Year Certificate Programs in Creative Practices and Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism for the 2021–2022 academic year. The deadline to apply is Monday, March 29, 2021.
Courses and Workshops
All of our Continuing Education classes are now online! Explore our online catalog and register today for courses and workshops on personal vision, digital workflow, and more.
Ready to take your photography further? Learn about our new Mentorship Program, featuring ten hours of individualized attention, goal-setting, and personalized guidance with members of ICP's esteemed faculty.
We are proud to create spaces for high school students to develop their skills as visual storytellers and changemakers. Learn about our online seasonal classes and yearlong Imagemakers Program for photographers ages 14 to 19.
Get Tickets for Online Events
We are excited to offer public programs, introductions to CE classes, and more through Zoom. Visit icp.org/events to see what’s on the horizon.
Enjoy talks, panels, and more on our website. Get started with these recommended highlights from our public programs department:
- Optics: Health, Crisis, and Care
- Optics: Going Viral—GIFs, Memes, and Insta-fame
- Reimagining the Image: Shahidul Alam
- Reimagining the Image: Alex Kay Potter
- Dismantling the Gaze: Jess T. Dugan
- In Conversation: Josh Begley
Explore Our Collections
Explore online versions of many of the objects housed in our archive at Mana Contemporary, including recent acquisitions as well as specific collections, including Capa in Color, Your Mirror: Portraits from the ICP Collection, and The Mexican Suitcase.
Visit ICP's shop, featuring a lively and comprehensive photography book selection as well as imaginatively curated objects and apparel. Your purchase helps support ICP’s education and exhibition programs. ICP members receive discounts on shop purchases plus many other exclusive benefits.
We Need Your Support
Concerned photography is needed now more than ever. When we closed our doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic we had spent just six weeks in our new space at 79 Essex Street. Making a fully tax-deductible donation to ICP ensures that we can continue to sustain our online programs while we welcome visitors back in-person. Support ICP today!