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International Center of Photography

News about the International Center of Photography. Commentary and archival information about the International Center of Photography from The New York Times.

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Karl Katz, Museum Director in New York and Israel, Dies at 88
Among many other accomplishments, Mr. Katz expanded the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s audience by showcasing its collection on film and television.

Lauren Greenfield Tries to Capture the Meaning of Money
In “Generation Wealth,” the photographer shows that she can satirize her subjects. But does she give insight into why we live the way we do?

The Photographer Who Saw America’s Monuments Hiding in Plain Sight
Lee Friedlander provided an early study of our national fascination with statuary.

International Center of Photography to Move Again
The museum will move to the Essex Crossing complex in the Lower East Side next year.

A Bygone Era of Big City Life
With a humanist and humorous gaze, Fred Stein took photos that provide a record of the everyday pageantry of 1940s New York and Paris between the world wars.

‘Magnum Manifesto,’ a 70-Year History Lesson in Photojournalism
The International Center of Photography’s summer exhibition features the work of 75 professionals for Magnum Photos, including Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Teenage Documentarians Show the Power of Photography
Three teenage photographers from different backgrounds learn the power of visual documentation. “When I get it right,” said one of them, “I kind of feel like I’m on top of the world.”

At Some Museums, the Art Is Now on the Outside
Institutions from Sydney to Cincinnati are hoping to draw more visitors by using outdoor projections, sometimes putting art on their buildings’ facades.

‘Perpetual Revolution’ Shows Artists Shaping Their Times
In the digital present, captured here at the International Center of Photography, visual culture does more than reflect reality: For better and for worse, it creates it.

Harry Benson, an Early Photographer of Trump, Looks Back and Forward
At 87, a man whose images captured presidents, celebrities and royalty is enjoying tributes galore. But will he be welcome at the president-elect’s White House?