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Caleb’s Guide To ICP Library New Acquisitions 2018 part 1

Working at the ICP Library is a gift that keeps on giving. Not only am I surrounded by the canon of photography from past and present, but I’m also exposed to new work every day. I have been blessed to … Continue reading

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Zine Corner 9

Hello dear readers, the Library’s Good Boy returns for another vernacular corner 🙂 Today we are looking at “AMC2 Journal Issue 3: Preserves from the AMC Garden” AKA “London 2012 A Visitor’s Guide”. Archive of Modern Conflict’s “Preserves…” is a … Continue reading

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Zine corner 8

Hello all, Continuing on our Vernacular Photography spree, today in the corner we are taking a brief look at Brad Feuerheim’s “TV Casualty: Ride, Johnny, ride”. This is definitely one of the more professional, “hi fidelity” zines to be featured … Continue reading

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Caleb’S Zine Coorner #7 ~ BLOTTER

~♫welcome to the coorner ♬♪ ~ 🙂 In the spirit of ICP Library’s “Je est un autre: The Vernacular in Photo Books” show, THE zine corner will do this post about Pierre Le Hors and Tuomas Korpijaakko‘s mysterious zine BLOTTER, published by … Continue reading

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Zine corner 6: “Tres vol.3”

Caleb’s zine corner 6 Tres vol. 3 Today we are opening up “Tres vol.3” from Hui Books in Okayama, Japan. Tres is a series that catalogs the work of three artists in each volume: Masahiro Ikeda, Shinichiro Uchida, and Katsuaki … Continue reading

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Caleb’s zine corner #5 __________GET In THE CORNER____________

Caleb’s zine corner #5 ~ FUGU -Tetraodontidac-  by Yuka Nakashima (2015) This week’s subtitle is GET In THE CORNER because I am writing to you from a literal corner of the library to which I have been exiled. Perhaps this … Continue reading

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Caleb’s zine corner #4

Caleb’s zine corner #4 ~ ASHES IN THE OCEAN by Minny Lee (2017) This episode of the zine corner highlights a work by one of our ICP alumni, Minny Lee. We have quite a few of her zines in the … Continue reading

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