International Center for Photography

International Center for Photography

Founded in 1974, the New York-based International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world's leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture.

Imagining Intersections Between Photography and Society

International Center for Photography

The International Center of Photography was founded by Cornell Capa as an institution to preserve the legacy of "Concerned Photography." ICP offers an open forum for dialogue to explore the role that photographs, videos, and new media play in society and how it can impact social change. With a collection of over 200,000 prints, the International Center of Photography provides visual culture for visitors to interpret and has presented more than 700 exhibitions from 3,000 photographers, while offering thousands of classes at every level. More than a museum, the Center serves more than 3,500 students each year, while the ICP School gives students the opportunity to receive an education in photography through workshops, entry-level courses, and master's degree programs.

GRoW Support

2015

General Operating Support