ICP Projected

The International Center of Photography’s ongoing series Projected highlights the work of new voices who tell stories through concerned photography and visual culture.
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The International Center of Photography’s ongoing series Projected highlights the work of new voices who tell stories through concerned photography and visual culture.

This series offers an in-depth look at a new generation of digitally native, socially engaged, and ever-sharing photographers contributing to a collective visual memory.

Featuring group and individual projects, Projected changes every one to two weeks and includes artists from both the United States and abroad. The focus is on those exploring empowerment, catalyzing social change, and giving voice to the unheard. For many of the featured photographers, this is their first major showing in the United States.

During the day, the work is presented on monitors and during evening hours, images are literally “projected” onto the windows of the ICP Museum; they can be viewed from the sidewalk outside the museum and are most visible after sunset.

Projected is curated by photographer and writer Wesley Verhoeve.

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Winter 2017–18

Hanging Out

Alessandra Sanguinetti
Presented by the California Sunday Magazine
December 5–11

Masks, Myths, and Subjects

Alexandra Polina
December 12–18

Cheer Up Luv (London to NYC)

Eliza Hatch
December 19–25

Talk in Images: Food

December 26–January 1

More to come.

 


Fall 2017

Formless

Amarachi Nwosu
September 4–10

BAM’s Next Wave Festival, A Retrospective (1983–2017)

September 11–17

ID

The VSCO Community
September 18–24

Neon Nights

Daniel Soares
September 25–October 1

Face

Yumna Al-Arashi
October 2–8

Weeknight Dinners

Lois Bielefeld
October 9–15

Influence of Affluence by Lauren Greenfield

October 17–23

NEXT-IMAGE Awards

October 24–30

ICP Spotlights 2017: Lynsey Addario

October 31–November 12

Face Off

Jacob Burge
November 14–20

95 48 (A Preview)

Micaiah Carter
November 21–27

Talk in Images: Food (A Preview)

November 28–December 4

Summer 2017

Hue Don’t Own Me

Witchoria (Victoria Siemer)
June 12–25

Displaced (A First Look)

Sara Kerens & Majd Taby
June 26–July 16

Young Explorers

Jacob Krupnick
July 17–23

Arab Documentary Photography Program

July 24–August 6

Presented in collaboration with the Magnum Foundation. The Arab Documentary Photography Program was established by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture in partnership with the Magnum Foundation and the Prince Claus Fund.

After Parks

Andre Wagner
August 7–13

Every Day (January 11, 2000–June 30, 2017)

Noah Kalina
August 14–20

Invisible America

Philip Eastman
August 21–27

Female to “Male”

Wynne Neilly
August 28–September 3