"Home is where the heart is" "Home is where the hatred is" The notion of Home is complicated. Today we are featuring some of our favorite books that examine our relationship to "home." Longing to be back, the home we all share, finding a new home, returning home, dysfunctional homes, and love. AMC² Issue 5:… Continue reading Resource Guide: Home
Publisher Highlight: VOID In an effort to collaborate with some of the publishers and artists in the ICP library’s collection, we started an Instagram takeover series to highlight exciting works that represent the vanguard in photobooks. Our first takeover was by the Greece-based publisher VOID, a non-profit organization focused on alternative publishing, exhibitions, and education… Continue reading Instagram takeover: VOID
Check out these great puzzles from our collections blog!
Unidentified Photographer, [Gold Miners], ca. 1850 (2008.116.1)
This daguerreotype of gold miners, mining for gold 170 years ago, transformed, like an alchemical miracle, into a playable puzzle is here.
Unidentified Photographer, [Two Unidentified Men], ca. 1860 (2.2001)
This ambrotype of a pair of unidentified men as a playable puzzle is here.
Unidentified Photographer, [Two Unidentified Women], ca. 1842 (2007.74.1)
This daguerreotype of two unidentified women as a playable puzzle is here.
Unidentified Photographer, [Unidentified Girl with Statuette], ca. 1850 (2009.22.1)
This daguerreotype of an an unidentified girl and statuette as a playable puzzle is here.
This stereoview of Mansur’s Stationery Establishment as a devilishly difficult playable puzzle here.
Carleton Watkins (1829-1916), From the “Best general View,” Mariposa Trail, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa…
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Good morning to readers of Monsters & Madonnas: The ICP Library Blog. Today we are beginning a new "column" of blog posts following our ongoing Instagram series Japanese Photo Book Monday. Many of the books we will cover are part of the 10x10 Japanese Photobooks collection, and we originally wrote them up as part of… Continue reading Japanese Photo Book Monday #1