ICP Projected—Previous Installments

Explore previous installments of ICP Projected—an ongoing series that highlights the work of new voices who tell stories through concerned photography and visual culture.

See what's on view this season.
Explore previous installments of ICP Projected—an ongoing series that highlights the work of new voices who tell stories through concerned photography and visual culture.

See what's on view this season.
© Richard Louissaint
© Richard Louissaint

Winter 2018–19

This Side of Hoover

Samanta Helou Herandez
December 4–17


December 18–24

How She Loves

Charmaine Poh
January 1–7


Alexandra Bell
January 8–14

Inside North Korea

Oliver Wainwright
January 15–21

Covered in Ash

Jorden Sirek
January 22–28

Big Picture Stories

Noël Wells
January 29–February 4

Hearing Me, Hearing God

Gabriel Rivera
February 5–11

ICP Teen Academy Imagemakers

February 12–18

Hotel Luso

Daniel Jack Lyons
February 19–25

Urban Observations

February 26–March 4

Fall 2018

Don’t You Think We’ll Get There?

Lia Haley Clay
September 4–10

Detroit’s Youngest

Elaine Cromie
September 11–17

Under Our Control

Oscar Castillo
September 18–24


Anu Kumar
September 25–October 1

Natural Hair

Alex Niragira
October 2–15

The Uncanny

Léonard Pongo
October 16–22


Rosie Matheson
October 23–29

For Freedoms: Home and Abroad

ICP Students, Faculty, and Alumni
October 30–November 5


Max Sher
November 6–12

Particle for Scale

Erinn Springer
November 13–19

Within Each Cup

Schmoo Theune
November 20–26

Masha Ivashintsova, Street Photographer

Masha Ivashintsova
November 27–December 3

Summer 2018

Beacon’s Walkout

Victoria Stevens
June 5–11

Projected, Year One (A Retrospective)

June 12–18

Off Campus

Students of Howard University’s School of Communications
June 19–25

Talk in Images: Hope

June 26–July 2

ICP’s Teen Academy

July 3–9


Elizabeth Wirija
July 10–16

Dreamers: Out of the Shadows

Holly Andres
July 17–23

Portraiture and Representation

The Ello Community
July 24–30

Freed from ISIL, Mosul Slowly Comes Back to Life

Alex Potter for the United Nations Development Programme
July 31–August 6

The Seed and Spiritual Reflections

Milbert Brown
August 7–13

Underneath Us (Being Sámi In Finland)

Mónica Suárez Galindo
August 14–20

Daily Commute

Dina Alfasi
August 21–27

Beyond Limits

Diana Sancho
August 28–September 3

Spring 2018

Pretty in Punk: Downtown Girls

Julia Gorton
March 6–12

Craigslist Encounters

Kremer Johnson
March 13–19

Connected Off the Grid

Rachel Bujalski
March 20–26

Talk in Images: Work

March 27–April 2


Nadine Ijewere
April 3–9


Tetsuro Miyazaki
April 10–16


Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg
April 17–23

Talk in Images: Mood

April 24–30

Emerging Analog

Various Photographers
May 1–7

Young Motherhood

Jendella Benson
May 8–14

On Campus

Students of Howard University’s School of Communications
May 15–21

Talk in Images: Body

May 22–28

A Silent Place

Jonathan Harris
May 29–June 4

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

Saving Face

Melissa Bunni Elian
January 2–8

You’ll Know It When You Feel It

Raphaela Rosella
January 9–15

Area Boys

Tom Saater
January 16–22

El Cimarrón Y Su Fandango

Mara Sánchez-Renero
January 23–29

Talk in Images: Home

January 30–February 5


Nick Mehedin
February 6–12

Losing Him

Anjali Pinto
February 13–19

Gambatte! Legacy of an Enduring Spirit: Triumphing Over Adversity—Japanese American WWII Incarceration Reflections, Then and Now

Paul Kitagaki Jr.
February 20–26

Talk in Images: Love

February 27–March 5

Fall 2017


Amarachi Nwosu
September 4–10

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

September 11–17


The VSCO Community
September 18–24

Neon Nights

Daniel Soares
September 25–October 1


Yumna Al-Arashi
October 2–8

Weeknight Dinners

Lois Bielefeld
October 9–15

Influence of Affluence by Lauren Greenfield

October 17–23


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