Self-taught photographer and political activist Zoe Strauss used her talent and work as a form of social intervention—showing her works once a year in a public space beneath a highway overpass in South Philadelphia between 2001 and 2010. During the one-day event, she hung her color photos on the concrete bridge supports, and anyone who attended could buy copies for $5 each. Strauss’ work explored the struggles and economic hardships of the residents in her community and other areas in the United States. This exhibition is the first critical assessment of her decade-long project. For more information, visit icp.org.