Engage with ICP from Anywhere

Visit our galleries from home, take a class, watch and attend our public programs, and share your photography with us from afar.
Mar 20, 2020
Visit our galleries from home, take a class, watch and attend our public programs, and share your photography with us from afar.
Image: John Halpern for ICP

ICP's museum is now open. For more information about how we’re welcoming you back safely, read our updated Visitor Information and Accessibility guidelines and policies.

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.

Stay Connected

For updates on online events, upcoming classes, and more in your inbox, join our mailing list at icp.org/subscribe. Continue the conversation with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Listen to image-inspired playlists on Spotify

Experience Our Exhibitions

The International Center of Photography (ICP) presents our fall/winter exhibitions, featuring three exhibitions that highlight the work of established and emerging contemporary photographers. On view from September 24, 2021 through January 10, 2022, the exhibitions are: Gillian Laub: Family Matters; Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara; and INWARD: Reflections on Interiority.

Gillian Laub: Family Matters
Funny, poignant, troubled, and challenging, Family Matters is photographer Gillian Laub’s two decade-long documentation of her family’s emotional and political dramas, combining photographs and audio recordings full of telling psychological detail. Her deeply personal and unsettling images document high emotion, unexpected humor, and deep love. As it moves through time, the exhibition becomes a microcosm of a deeply conflicted nation, as the artist and her parents find themselves on opposing sides of a sharp political divide—tearing at multigenerational family ties, and forcing everyone to ask what, in the end, really binds them together. The exhibition is curated by David Campany and coincides with the publication of a companion book by Aperture.

We recommend all visitors listen to the audio story voiced by Gillian Laub while visiting the exhibition, Gillian Laub: Family Matters at ICP. Download Gesso’s app for iPhone or Android and when you arrive in the galleries launch the exhibition experience through the app or a web browser. Bring your headphones to listen as you move throughout the gallery. The story starts at the beginning of ACT I.

Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara
Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara presents the photographer’s compelling autobiographical narrative of her mother’s path from Russia to America with her two children in search of a better life. The exhibition juxtaposes an idealized, Hollywood-like version of the American dream with the often-startling reality of the immigrant experience. Curated by Sara Ickow, Senior Manager of Exhibitions and Collections, and David Campany, Santa Barbara features staged images, film footage, and family photographs that reimagine the past and explore themes of family and memory.

INWARD: Reflections on Interiority
INWARD: Reflections on Interiority features newly commissioned work by five emerging artists—Djeneba Aduayom, Arielle Bobb-Willis, Quil Lemons, Brad Ogbonna, and Isaac West—who experiment with and explore aspects of their interior lives. Their work moves beyond the endless scope of the constructed selfie and documentation of events in the public realm to examine the intimate interactions and thoughts that make up their daily experiences as artists and people in a time of unprecedented change. The exhibition is curated by Isolde Brielmaier, PhD, Curator-at-Large at ICP.

Explore past exhibitions, including our exhibition website for #ICPConcerned: Global Images, Global Crisis

Enjoy exhibition introductions, audio guides, and select programming at icp.org/audio.


Take Your Photography Further

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. 

Teen Academy

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. 

Attend ICP Public Programs

Join the International Center of Photography for ICP Talks, panel discussions, film screenings, book launches, and more, online and in-person at its new integrated center in New York. Visit icp.org/events to see what’s on the horizon and reserve your seat.  

Watch Videos

Optics: Health, Crisis, and Care
Reimagining the Image: Shahidul Alam
Vision and Technology: Towards a More Just Future (Symposium)
Eugene Richards: on The Run-On of Time
All Used Up: Dismantling the Gaze x Queering the Collection
Optics: Visual Culture and Electoral Politics

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!