The School of the International Center of Photography, located just across from the museum, is holding an internal exhibition exploring the role of man in his social environment. Curator Karen Marshall selected photographs and videos of 83 artists, mainly ICP faculty members. “Within its specific borders,” says Marshall, “the photograph has the capacity to witness both the obvious and the subtle ways in which we form foundations and build beliefs.
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