Ten years after, on this occasion ICP in New York present an exhibition that commemorates the day mixing photography and video. The museum chose exclusively to show the impact of the event on the town and on the population .No sensational pictures, this homage to the New Yorkers will not bring unease. ICP with 5 differents installations, four on photography and a video gives the answer of a people in front of what Carol Squiers "curator of the exhibition" calls an act of extreme violence.
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