Nica Ross ICP/Bard MFA Solo Show 2012

This Thursday at 6:30pm is the opening reception/performance of Nica Ross’ thesis show. The ICP Library has two works by Ross. The cataloged one is an artist book called “Porn : potentially dangerous individuals getting into porn handbook” that was offered at last autumn’s Art Book Fair at PS1. It is terrifically popular…because of its… Continue reading Nica Ross ICP/Bard MFA Solo Show 2012

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Magnum Contact Sheets: An Interview with Kristen Lubben

International Center of Photography Curator Kristen Lubben discusses her recent book and exhibition Magnum Contact Sheets. Russet Lederman: How did the idea for the Magnum Contact Sheets book develop? Kristen Lubben: The idea of archives was on everyone’s mind, partly as a result of the New York Magnum office having just sent their “working prints”… Continue reading Magnum Contact Sheets: An Interview with Kristen Lubben

dfghfhg / Daniel Temkin

dfghfhg / Daniel Temkin solo speed show / thesis show Monday, Feb 13 7 - 10 pm 90 Bowery Internet Cafe 90 Bowery @ Hester St All are welcome unless you're one of these people: Daniel’s books in the ICP library include: Yeep! Eep! Eep! For the commodore 64 / Daniel Temkin. R TR179.5.T452… Continue reading dfghfhg / Daniel Temkin

Machiel Botman & the Library Committee

Machiel Botman at the Gitterman Gallery Library Committee Meeting, January 31 | Tuesday | 6:30 - 8:00pm The evening of January 31st saw the ICP Library Committee visit the Gitterman Gallery for an evening discussion with the celebrated Dutch artist Machiel Botman. Evan Mirapaul, Buzz Hartshorn and Deirdre Donohue introduced the evening as the audience… Continue reading Machiel Botman & the Library Committee

Remembering Absent Meaning

Remembering Absent Meaning MFA Thesis Exhibition: Nandita Raman Opening Reception: February 2 | Thursday | 6:00–9:00 pm On View: February 3-4 | Friday–Saturday | 12:00–5:00 pm ICP-Bard MFA Studios, 24–20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Long Island City, New York “Remembering Absent Meaning. . .

Moving to the US in 2008 created distance from my familiar landscape, activating… Continue reading Remembering Absent Meaning