Category Archives: Photography

Remembering History: The Rise and Fall of Apartheid at ICP

Seeking a worthwhile procrastination trip for your free hours during reading week? It’s worth your time to head down to the International Center of Photography (at 43rd and 6th, it’s just a short trip downtown on the 1 train) for … Continue reading

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“Caribbean: Crossroads of the World” – Part 2: The Studio Museum in Harlem

A Columbia student’s museum experience most typically takes place south of Morningside; we easily forget that the northern half of this fabulous island has just as much to offer.  This week, I paid a visit to the Studio Museum in … Continue reading

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A More Global Perspective

Part of the mission statement of the International Center of Photography is to propagate society’s appreciation of photography and the role it plays in our modern lives. Visiting the ICP for the first time, that message comes across loud and … Continue reading

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Remembering 9/11: Exhibit at International Center of Photography

September 11, 2001 was the first time I ever woke up my parents with bad news. I was listening to the radio that day, attempting to wake up for another underwhelming day of my senior year in high school, and … Continue reading

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