The ICP's recently opened exhibits "Your Mirror" and "For Freedoms" take a more analytical look at our perceptions of humanity through portraits and public art.
NYC's International Center of Photography presents "GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield," a sweeping investigation on the elusive pursuit of wealth.
February in NYC is filled with art and celebration from the 40th Anniversary of the Public Art Fund, to Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Heart in Times Square.
The International Center of Photography (ICP) will open the doors to its new museum at 250 Bowery tomorrow with the inaugural exhibit Public, Private, Secret.
Press photographer Weegee’s Bowery was a Skid Row of derelicts and drunks – a world away from the boutique hotels and hipster joints that line the street today.
Legendary photographer Weegee gets two new exhibits from ICP, "Weegee's Bowery" showcasing images of gritty East Village in the 1930s and 40s in NYC.
Photographer Weegee liked to be ‘invisible’ when taking photos and a exhibition "Weegee: At the Movies" at Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, shows just how close he got
Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 during a parade through Dallas’ Dealey
The International Center of Photography has opened four new exhibits in its Midtown museum: Zoe Strauss, Lewis Hine, JFK: A Bystander's View of History
MONDAY, JUNE 17: Bryant Park’s Summer Film Festival launches today with Tootsie. In one of the funniest films of all time,