presented by collective “What We Saw” at the ICP Education Gallery (Rita K. Hill)
1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 | Phone 212.857.0001
On View from January 15 through March 28, 2010
Opening Reception on January 15, 6-8pm
Dialects showcases projects ongoing from 2008–9: images from a changing world; documentation of social and political events such as the election protests in Iran, the remembrance of veterans of the Cuban Revolution, the impact of chemical manufacturing on neighborhoods in the American South; and more reflective works that deal with personal relationships or our natural environment. Collective members are photojournalists, artists, and story tellers. Their visual languages are molded by historical, geographical, political, and social influences, and informed by different nationalities, thematic interests, and photographic practices.
A fully illustrated 64-page catalogue produced by What We Saw accompanies the exhibition. It includes selections of images from individual photographers.
What We Saw: Dialects
Softcover; US$ 34.95
Available for purchase during the opening reception and from www.blurb.com/bookstore
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