Since May 17, the walls of the International Center of Photography have been covered in color. By shedding its tradition of black and white, this New York institution is turning towards not only the present, but also, it must be said, the future. The exhibition A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial, curated by Joanna Lehan, Kristen Lubben, Christopher Phillips and Carol Squiers, focuses on the future of technology in art and, more specifically, new forms of digital expression, which it refers to as the “new order.”
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