The International Center of Photography of New York is showing the works of its full time students through August 12. The exhibition features pictures, videos and multimedia projects by 82 students. Among the themes presented are political works including Andre Malerba’s pictures of the Wall Street Protesters, or social, including Daniel Tepper’s work on waking up in the hospital. Known for this journalistic approach, the school also trains students in other disciplines, demonstrated by Kenneth Pizzo’s colorful and geometric atmosphere. My truth, Your Truth is the exhibition title. This year, at ICP, each presented his own private reality.
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