The International Center of Photography opens its new Bowery location with this exhibition, which explores how photography is responsible for "breaking and resetting the boundaries of social and personal privacy." Artists like Andy Warhol, Natalie Bookchin, Cindy Sherman and Nan Goldin will have their works displayed, which feature real-time imaging and videos that will illustrate how privacy manifests in our current society, and the way that self-identity is determined through public exposure. For more information, visit icp.org.
Jun 23, 2016 — Jan 8, 2017
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International Center of Photography Museum
79 Essex St.Manhattan, NY 10002