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OMG, Bring a Book! The Library Goes to Critical Jamming

Yours truly and ICP Head Librarian and Archivist Matthew Carson participated in the recent panel From X-Files to The Matrix: Reality Disintegrated, held on Sunday, March 4 at the ICP Museum. In the words of organizer Claudine Boeglin: The 90s. … Continue reading

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One Sunday Afternoon

This spring the two ICP Teen Academy sections of Photo II in Black-and-White: Developing a Narrative spent a Sunday afternoon at the ICP Library preparing for their final productions, which were to be photobooks! The instructors, Lesly Deschler-Canossi and Jaime … Continue reading

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