Monday, August 9, 2010


I went to the International Center of Photography yesterday to peep the Perspectives 2010 show, namely because of Ed Templeton's work. There were two walls covered with his photographs, lots of familiar faces and photos - definitely worth checking out. The other artists had great stuff up as well. I was especially feeling Matthew Porter's extremely hi-resolution photographs and Hong-An Truong's piece regarding collective memory.

The exhibit downstairs, For All the World to See, was INCREDIBLE. There are a lot of great photos from the civil movement through the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s to be seen.

Both exhibits are open until September 12th. Like Tribe said, checka checka check it out.

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