“The Lower East Side Selections from the ICP Collection” Exhibition

International Center of Photography

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In many ways, the Lower East Side is both quintessentially American and uniquely New York. Always changing, it has been one of the most densely populated, multiethnic, and modern places in the country. While late nineteenth-century social reformers attempted to show middle- and upper-class New Yorkers “how the other half lives,” later photographers had a different, and often more personal, relationship with the neighborhood. In fact, many of the social documenatrians and street photographers of the 1930s and 1940s were first-generation Americans born on the Lower East Side, who created sensitive and nuanced portraits of their neighbors and shared environment. This exhibition, which primarily draws from ICP’s rich holdings of mid-twentieth-century works, examines the role images play in creating narratives about this first port of entry for generations of immigrants. As a newcomer to the neighborhood, ICP is committed to engaging with the many visual histories of the dynamic place that has been seen as ripe for reform and reinvention for more than a hundred years.

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Schedule

from January 25, 2020 to May 18, 2020

Website

http://www.icp.org (venue's website)

Fee

See venue page for details.

Venue Hours

From 11:00 To 19:00
thursdays closing at 21:00
Closed on Tuesdays, Holidays
Note:Pay by donation on Thursdays from 5 to 9 pm and the last Saturday of the month from 11 am to 2 pm.

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Address: 79 Essex St., New York, NY 10002
Phone: 212-857-0045

Between Delancey and Broome Sts. Subway: F/M/J/Z to Delancey/Essex

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