There is something modern and at the same time traditional about the newly opened International Center of Photography and its premiere exhibition. This is due as much to the architecture as to the works on display. By focusing on the evolution of the image in a world dominated by mass production of images, their virtual circulation and its ramifications, and related and derivative phenomena, the institution reopens with a provocation directed, among others, at new commercial actors in what has become photography 2.0, as well as lays groundwork for artistic and critical observation.
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