‘Edges of the Rainbow’ Artist Talk and Book Signing

Wednesday, June 14, 6:30pm
Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, New York

Edges of the Rainbow (The New Press) is a photographic celebration of the queer community in Japan. Through over 150 color and black-and-white photographs, and accompanying texts, acclaimed photographer Michel Delsol and journalist Haruku Shinozaki have brought together a fascinating group of individuals to create an unforgettable and uplifting look at a proud and resilient community on the margins of Japanese society.

Opening Reception for Ed Templeton’s ‘Amalgamated Fragments’ 

Thursday, June 15, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Danziger Gallery, 95 Rivington Street, New York, New York 10002

A California native, Templeton grew up and still lives in the suburbs of Orange County. His photographs tell the story of the worlds he knows – the pangs and passion of youth, the beauty and tackiness of Southern California, and the exhilaration and exhaustion of the skateboard world he starred in.

Opening Reception for David Zimmerman’s One Voice

Thursday, June 15, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, 100 Crosby St #603, New York, NY 10012, USA

Over the past two decades, Zimmerman’s art has come to focus on endangered landscapes and cultures displaced by environmental, social, economic and political causes. “One Voice”  is an ongoing project that began in 2011. For the past six years, David Zimmerman has lived and worked amongst Tibetan refugees in Northern India, creating a series of intimate portraits. Photographing the exile is to make a state of the time. It is the time that passes and also the time which resists, which never ceases to address its question, its anger, its refusal, its energy of survival.

Opening Reception for Teju Cole’s ‘Blind Spot and Black Paper

Thursday June 15, 6:00-8:00pm
Steven Kasher Gallery, 515 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001

“Many artists have felt the lure of juxtaposing photographs and text, but few have succeeded as well as Teju Cole. He approaches this problem with an understanding of the limitations and glories of each medium.”—Stephen Shore.
Steven Kasher Gallery will be presenting the first solo exhibition in New York of acclaimed photographer, essayist and novelist Teju Cole. The exhibition accompanies the publication of Cole’s fourth volume, Blind Spot (Random House, 2017) with a foreword by Siri Hustvedt.

Zine and Self-Published Book Fair

Opening reception, June 16, 2017, 6:00 -8:00 pm
Fair dates, June 17-18, 12:00 – 6:00 pm
Baxter St at CCNY, 126 Baxter Street, New York, 10013

very year, BAXTER ST at CCNY hosts a zine and self-published book fair that give artists an opportunity to showcase work that doesn’t usually get much in the way of distribution. It’s a unique opportunity to flip through products that challenge and push the boundaries of traditional book-making. This year the fair is curated by artist Anouk Kruithof and will include special installations by Bob Civil, Curtis Hamilton, Devin Morris, and Peter Puklus.

Opening Reception for ‘Call and Response’

Saturday, June 17, 3:00 – 5:00pm
The Austen House, 2 Hylan Boulevard at Edgewater Street, Staten Island

Six photographers implementing experimental collaborative processes into their documentary work.
Presented with Magnum Foundation as part of worldwide events celebrating Magnum Photos 70th anniversary.

LIVE from the NYPL: Passion Projects, Lee Friedlander & Giancarlo T. Roma

Tuesday, June 20, 7:00pm
ICP School, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York

Admission: $40

As part of LIVE from the NYPL’s annual photography program, generously underwritten by Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos and Adam Bartos, pioneering photographer Lee Friedlander will take to the stage for the first time in over three decades for a conversation with his grandson Giancarlo T. Roma. Friedlander is perhaps best known for his portraits of the American social landscape. But his photographic contributions are rivaled only by his prolific bookmaking. Together with Roma, he has revived the self-publishing book company he began in the 1970s, offering books, special editions, and portfolios pulled directly from the artist’s personal collection.

Magnum Photos Now – Photobooks: History, Future, Form

Wednesday, June 21, 10:00am – 6:00pm
The New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, 5th Ave. and 42nd St., New York

Admission: $35 / $25 for ICP Members

As part of Magnum’s 70th anniversary celebration and in conjunction with the ICP Museum exhibition Magnum Manifesto, an exploration of photobooks with Martin Parr, Fred Ritchin, Susan Meiselas, and other Magnum photographers, critics, and publishers will be held at this special one-day symposium.

Opening Reception for Lauren Semivan’s ‘Pitch’

Thursday, June 22, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Benrubi Gallery, 521 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001

Pitch explores the relationship between the tactile realities of the photographic medium and the conscious and unconscious contributions of the artist to the images she creates when she photographs “hand-built, sculptural environments” of her own making.

Opening Reception for HIDDEN NARRATIVES, ICP Student Exhibition

Friday, June 23, 7:00pm
ICP School, Rita K. Hillman Gallery, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York

Curated by Susan Carlson and Claartje van Dijk, with Joana P. Cardozo, Hidden Narratives features work by 77 graduating students of ICP’s One-Year Certificate programs in Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, General Studies in Photography, and New Media Narratives. Using photography, video, sound, text, and multimedia, the students present multilayered narratives that explore visual storytelling possibilities to describe worlds both real and imagined. Through extended studies of places, communities, relationships, and psyches, the artists’ work challenges our assumptions and contains hidden narratives to be discovered.

ICP Presents: Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land Screening at Anthology Film Archives

Monday, June 26, 7:30 – 9:30pm 
Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Avenue, New York

Admission: $11 / $7 AFA Members

Anthology Film Archives is screening Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land, featuring an introductory conversation with Magnum photographer Josef Koudelka and the film’s director, Gilad Baram.