The evening marked the much-awaited opening of the new ICP Museum and its premiere exhibition, Public, Private, Secret – an exploration of privacy in visual culture. DJ Chelsea Leyland spun tunes, and Perrier-Jouet Champagne flowed as guests wandered through the Museum’s galleries to take in the provocative new exhibition.
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