Free Exhibition Tours
We are pleased to offer free exhibition tours at the ICP Museum on Fridays at 2 PM from February 9 to May 4, 2018. Led by ICP Museum Educators, these walkthroughs provide an in-depth look at Edmund Clark: The Day the Music Died and Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.
Tours are included with Museum admission. We look forward to seeing you there!
Visiting with a large group? Learn about our Group Tours.
Praise for The Day the Music Died
“In much of Clark’s work is a pervasive sense of dread, exposing how government secrecy sustains long-term damage on people and history. His collaborations with media outlets and government officials reveal the integral role that photography plays in the freedom of information.” – Musée Magazine
“It’s possible to feel a sense of calm from the pictures—as well as the horror those objects represent.” – The Guardian
Praise for Then They Came for Me
“The images show families shouldering heaps of belongings on foot, packed like livestock into the bed of farm trucks, and arriving at camps throughout the western United States surrounded by barbed wire and manned by armed guards. Together, they provide a vivid image of what displacement looks like—and what the similar erosion of civil liberties could mean for contemporary society.” – Artsy
“…everyone who calls themselves a proud American should really see this exhibit.” – The Phoblographer