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Global Imagery in a Digitized World Discussed at ICP/Tisch Panel

July 8, 2013
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The question of what photography's place is in a rapidly shifting media terrain will be explored at a panel discussion on Thursday, July 11, hosted by the International Center of Photography (ICP) and the Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging. Entitled What is the Global Image?, the panel will take place from 1-5pm at the Jurow Lecture Hall, Silver Center, New York University, 31 Washington Place.

Panelists include Catherine David (independent curator, Paris), Thomas Keenan (director, Human Rights Project, Bard College), Chus Martinez (chief curator, El Museo del Barrio, New York City), and artist Martha Rosler, who will debate whether photography can be a viable international language in a globalized and digitally networked world. The event was organized by ICP Curator and NYU photography professor Christopher Phillips and ICP Curator and Associate Director of Exhibitions Kristen Lubben to coincide with A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial, currently on view at ICP through September 22, 2013.

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is required and can be completed online.

This event is made possible with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Presented in collaboration with the Department of Photography and Imaging, New York University/Tisch.

The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image in all its forms. Through our exhibitions, educational programs, and community outreach, we offer an open forum for dialogue about the role images play in our culture. Since our founding, we have presented more than 500 exhibitions and offered thousands of classes, providing instruction at every level. ICP is a center where photographers and artists, students and scholars can create and interpret the world of the image within our comprehensive educational facilities and archive.

The NYU Tisch Department of Photography & Imaging is an intensive four-year BFA program centered on the making and understanding of images. It is a diverse department embracing multiple perspectives. Students work in virtually all modes of analog, digital, and multimedia photo-based image making, exploring photo-based imagery as personal and cultural expression. For further information, visit www.photo.tisch.nyu.edu.

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Press Contact: Shonna Keogan | (212) 998-6796

Tisch/ICP Photography Panel Coincides with ICP Exhibition, "A Different Kind of Order," running through September 22, 2013

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