December 9th, 2020
1pm – 2pm
Tickets Starting at $30
Join New York–based street photographer Jeff Mermelstein and ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany for three conversations dedicated to the practice of street photography. Mermelstein will share his work documenting on the streets of New York for the last three decades, give insight into the making of his iconic photo books, and discuss his transition from using a Leica camera to his iPhone camera, while delivering candid tips for practicing street photography along the way.
Tickets are $35 for general audience and $30 for ICP members. Members, login or use your discount code to receive your discount. If you have issues processing your payment, please email [email protected]
December 8th, 2020
Online, via Zoom
Join Youth Insights Leaders as they talk with artists whose work is currently on view at the Whitney. Teens will ask the artist about their process and inspirations, and the artist will share what it is like to make art today and advice they might have for young artists. Participating teens are invited to add their own perspective to the conversation by sharing their thoughts via chat.
In this conversation, teens will chat with artist Cauleen Smith, whose work draws on experimental film, non-Western cosmologies, poetry, and science fiction to create works that reflect on memory and Afro-diasporic histories. Smith’s first solo show in New York, entitled Cauleen Smith: Mutualities, is currently on view at the Whitney.
Registration is required—all high school students are welcome.
Free with registration.