About the event
The lectures will take place on Zoom.
About The Series
Join David Campany, ICP’s managing director of programs, for three lectures on curating photography exhibitions in the next session of our ICP Talks: Lessons and Insights in Photography series. Over three one-hour lectures, Campany will present a history of key moments in the photo exhibition history, explore the impact of scale and materiality when displaying photographs, and discusses ICP’s most recent show, #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis, a crowd-sourced exhibition of 1,000 photographs from ICP’s worldwide community call to capture, upload, and tag images of experience in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matters protests, and beyond.
Tickets are $35 for general audience and $30 for ICP members. Tickets include access to all three lectures and must be purchased by the start time of the first lecture in the series.
Key Moments in the History of Photo Exhibitions
Wednesday, September 9, 1–2 PM EST
Scale and Materiality
Thursday, September 10, 1–2 PM EST
#ICPConcerned in Context
Friday, September 11, 1-2 PM EST
Image: International Center of Photography