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  • Title: Home | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to Navigation.. About ICP.. Opportunities at ICP.. Leadership.. Staff Faculty News.. Support ICP.. Individual Giving.. Corporate Giving.. Planned Giving.. Space Rental.. Infinity Awards.. ICP Spotlights.. Patron Travel.. Donate Online Now.. Press Room.. Press Archive.. FAQs.. Press Policy.. Community.. Newsletter.. International Center of Photography.. Visit.. Plan Your Visit.. Special Offers.. Museum.. Upcoming Exhibitions.. Traveling Exhibitions.. Past Exhibitions.. Museum Education.. School.. Continuing Education.. Online Education.. One-Year Certificate.. ICP-Bard MFA.. International Students.. Affiliate Programs.. Alumni.. Teen Academy.. Community Partnerships.. Travel Programs.. Facilities.. Education Gallery.. Research Center.. Robert Capa at 100.. Collections.. Library.. Archives.. Roman Vishniac Archive.. Media.. Other Resources..  ...   Salgado/Amazonas images—Contact Press Images.. Richard Sandler, ICP Faculty.. Jamie Liles.. Ben Jarosch.. Charles Ludeke.. MUSEUM | 1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 | Phone 212.. 857.. 0000.. SCHOOL | 1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 | Phone 212.. 0001.. Contact Us.. Facebook.. Twitter.. Foursquare.. 2014 International Center of Photography.. Visitors.. +.. Students.. Supporters.. Researchers.. Hours, Admission, and Directions.. Internships, Job Openings, Volunteering.. Group Tours.. Register for Classes.. Collections Online.. Lecture Series Online.. ICP Spotlights Special Event.. Space Rental for Events.. Donate Online.. Privacy Policy.. Terms and Conditions..

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  • Title: About ICP | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Home.. About ICP.. 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.. 2011–2012 Reports.. Annual Report PDF.. Audit Report.. 2010–2011 Reports.. Key Milestones.. 1966:.. Cornell  ...   94th Street in New York.. 1983:.. A full-time Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program is created.. 2000:.. ICP's Midtown site reopens and becomes the headquarters of ICP's exhibitions programs.. The new ICP also includes an expanded store and café.. 2001:.. The School of the International Center of Photography opens across from the museum at 1114 Avenue of the Americas in New York.. The new 27,000-square-foot school facility doubles ICP's teaching space and expands programming and community outreach.. 2003:.. The ICP-Bard MFA Program in Advanced Photographic Studies is established.. ICP's Board of Trustees.. Job openings, internships, volunteer opportunities, teaching assistant positions.. Staff News.. Keep up with staff and faculty exhibitions, publications, performances, and more.. Katie Kline..

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  • Title: Opportunities at ICP | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Opportunities at ICP.. ICP is committed to equal opportunity employment.. We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds.. Job Openings.. Assistant Bookkeeper.. Board Liaison and Special Assistant to the Executive Director.. Director of Human Resources.. Grants Officer.. Membership and Annual Fund Manager.. Fall Internships.. Community Programs Internship.. Education Internship.. Human Resources Internship.. To apply, download and complete the internship application.. ICP's Internship Program runs on an academic schedule, including a summer term.. Current students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.. Applications for all departments are accepted until that department's positions are  ...   application.. to.. internships@icp.. org.. For more information, please contact the Internship Coordinator at 212.. 0041.. We look forward to hearing from you.. If you are interested in hosting an internship for an ICP student, please send a detailed description of the internship responsibilities to.. fulltime@icp.. edu.. Teaching Assistants.. Click here.. for information on teaching assistant positions.. Read.. about what it's like to be a teaching assistant at ICP.. Lavonne Hall.. Downloads.. Download and complete the Internship Application PDF.. Contact.. The International Center of Photography is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment..

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  • Title: Leadership | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Leadership.. Executive Director.. Mark Lubell.. Board of Trustees.. Chair.. Caryl S.. Englander.. Vice Chair.. Bicky Kellner.. Chair Emerita.. Gayle G.. Greenhill.. OFFICERS.. President.. Jeffrey A.. Rosen.. Executive Vice President.. Stephanie H.. Shuman.. Frederick Sievert.. Vice President.. Renee Harbers Liddell.. Almudena Legorreta.. Treasurer.. Samuel L.. Milbank.. Secretary.. Peggy Anderson.. TRUSTEES.. Michael Clinton.. T.. J.. Gottesdiener.. Peter Guggenheimer..  ...   Lewin.. Raymond J.. McGuire.. Scott Mead.. Jan W.. Mulder.. Fabian Onetti.. Pat Schoenfeld.. Jon D.. Smith, Jr.. Marshall Sonenshine.. Janice B.. Stanton.. Stefano Tonchi.. Diane Tuft.. Lois Zenkel.. HONORARY TRUSTEES.. Douglas D.. Durst.. Nina Rosenwald.. Arnold Sagalyn.. Sandra Weiner.. Directors Emeriti.. Founder, Cornell Capa ‡.. Willis E.. Hartshorn.. Executive Director Mark Lubell.. Photo by Tanya Braganti..

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  • Title: Staff News | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Staff & Faculty News.. September 2014.. Matthew Carson.. , staff member, is one of the judges for the.. Critics Favorites.. exhibition at the.. Photobook Festival.. , Oslo, Norway, September 4–14.. Justine Kurland.. , faculty member, has an exhibition.. Sincere Auto Care.. at.. Mitchell-Innes Nash.. , September 4–October 11.. August 2014.. Irina Rozovsky.. , faculty member, won first prize in the.. FotoBookFestival's 2014 Dummy Awards.. , Kassel, Germany.. Richard Renaldi.. , faculty member, is speaking at the.. Visual AIDS Fire Island Artist Residency Program.. , Fire Island, New York, on August 20; he is also profiled in the.. Grand Rapids Press.. for his exhibition.. Touching Strangers.. at the.. Saugaguck Center for the Arts.. , Saugatuck, Michigan, August 29–November 1.. Nayland Blake.. , MFA Chair, is participating in the panel discussion "Art Production and the AIDS Crisis: A Tale of Three Cities" at the.. MAK Center.. , Los Angeles, California, on August 20.. Keisha Scarville.. , faculty member, is an August 2014 Artist-in-Residence at.. Light Work.. , Syracuse, New York.. Mark Alice Durant.. and.. Jerry Vezzuso.. , faculty members, with alumnus Curtis Hamilton (MFA11) are in.. Dear Dave.. Issue #17.. , staff member, is interviewed for.. Unseen.. Deirdre Donohue.. Design Arts Daily.. , faculty member, is in the group exhibition.. Sådan ser blå mærker ud i himlen.. , curated by alumna Fryd Frydendahl, with alumni Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) and Megumi Tomomitsu (GS09) at.. TYS.. , Copenhagen, Denmark, August 9–30.. Laura Larson.. , faculty member, curated the exhibition.. Hidden Mother.. Blue Sky Gallery.. , Portland, Oregon, August 6–31; she is intereviewed about it for.. Oregon Public Broadcasting.. July 2014.. Claudia Sohrens.. (GS98), faculty member, is the recipient of an.. A.. I.. R.. Fellowship.. Photographs 1996–2012.. Lennon, Weinberg, Inc.. , July 20–September 13.. Yola Monakhov.. , faculty member, is featured in.. The New York Times.. Alice O'Malley.. On the Walls Now.. The Schoolhouse Gallery.. , Provincetown, Massachusetts, July 18–August 6.. Lisa Elmaleh.. , faculty member, is featured on.. The New Yorker.. PhotoBooth blog.. ; she has an exhibition.. American Folk.. Foley Gallery.. , July 17–August 9.. , faculty member, interview MFA Chair.. for.. Saint Lucy.. , faculty member, is profiled on.. Cincinnati.. com.. PBS Newshour.. ; he is also in.. Vice.. 's 13th Annual Photo Exhibition at.. Pioneer Works.. , July 31–August 10.. June 2014.. Allen Frame.. Diálogo con Bolaño.. Musas Museo de Arte de Sonora.. , Hermosillo, Mexico, June 26–September 29.. Dina Kantor.. Treece.. at A.. Gallery, June 26 Ndash;July 20.. Andreas Rentsch.. (GS90), faculty member, is in the group exhibitions.. Off The Block: NYFA Fellows at Southampton Arts Center.. Southampton Arts Center.. , Southampton, New York, June 26–July 20; and.. The Appearance of Clarity: Works in Black and White.. Helen Day Art Center.. , Stowe, Vermont, June 20–August 31.. Alex Webb.. Rebecca Norris Webb.. , faculty members, have a portfolio featured in.. The Guardian.. Alison Bradley.. (NYU/ICP96) and.. Chuck Kelton.. , faculty members, with.. Pauline Vermare.. , staff member, curated.. Tales, Processes, and Moments: An Exhibition of Collective Works from the 2012–2014 Master's Seminar.. at MANA Contemporary, Jersey City, New Jersey, June 24–July 25.. Corinne May Botz.. Nina Katchadourian.. , faculty members, are in the group exhibition.. Curiosity: Art the Pleasures of Knowing.. De Appel.. , Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 18–September 14.. , faculty member, is in two group exhibitions in Toronto, Canada:.. Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography.. at the Art Gallery of Ontario, June 18–September 7, and.. What It Means to be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility.. Ryerson Image Center.. , June 18–August 24.. , MFA Chair, is a contributor to Anthony Friedkin's.. The Gay Essay.. (Yale, 2014).. Janelle Lynch.. Presence.. Burchfield Penney Art Center.. , Buffalo, New York, June 13–November 30.. Jean-Christian Bourcart.. , faculty member, is a guest speaker at.. Union Docs.. on June 13.. Liz Deschenes.. Sites of Reason: A Selection of Recent Acquisitions.. Museum of Modern Art.. , June 11–September 28.. Maggie Steber.. National Geographic.. 's Proof blog.. May 2014.. Ken Schles.. Oculus.. Only-Photography.. , Berlin Germany, May 31–July 31.. The Disasters of War.. Louvre-Lens.. , Lens, France, May 28–October 6.. , MFA Chair, is in the group exhibition.. Vintage Violence.. Monya Rowe Gallery.. , May 25–July 18.. Jen Davis.. , faculty member, has two exhibitions.. Eleven Years.. I Ask in Exchange.. at Clampart, May 22–July 3.. Saul Robbins.. , faculty member, is interviewed for.. I Shot Kate Moss.. Toby Old.. American Moments.. Icebox Gallery.. , Minneapolis,  ...   18–July 13.. 's.. Accumulated Wisdom: The Collector as Inventor.. at the Morgan Library on April 15.. , faculty member, is in conversation with Alison Nordstrom at the.. on April 8; he has a portfolio featured in.. Marina Berio.. , Chair of the General Studies Program, and Jeanne Hilary, faculty member, are in the group exhibition.. Am I Invisible? A Portrait of New York City Bicyclists.. Old Stone House.. , April 8–June 3.. , faculty member, has an exhibition at the.. Aperture Foundation.. , April 3–May 15 and at.. Bonni Benrubi Gallery.. , April 17–June 7, and an installation at the.. Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.. , Toronto, Canada, April 30–June 1; he is also featured on.. New York Natives.. Jean Marie Casbarian.. , faculty member, is 2014 participant in the.. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Process Space residency program.. Accra Shep.. Breakthru Radio.. Natan Dvir.. Photography Now 2014.. Center for Photography Woodstock.. , April 5–June 15.. , faculty member, is in the Clarence John Laughlin Grant Exhibition at the.. New Orleans Photo Alliance.. , Louisiana, April 5–May 25.. ,.. Cara Phillips.. Bayete Ross Smith.. Phillip Toledano.. , and.. Up, Close and Personal.. Fuchs Projects.. , April 4–May 11.. Table of Contents.. United Photo Industries HQ.. , April 3–May 24.. Karen Marshall.. Life Force.. magazine.. March 2014.. Edwynn Houk Gallery.. , March 27–May 3.. Christine Callahan.. (MFA09), faculty member, has an exhibition.. Bank Shot.. Myers Media Art Studio.. , Columbia University, March 25–April 18.. Anja Hitzenberger.. (GS90), faculty member, is featured in.. R0P Magazine.. , MFA Chair, is a guest on.. Modern Art Notes' podcast.. , faculty member, is profiled in.. Wort.. (GS85), faculty member, is in the group exhibition.. Photography from 1978–2013.. Hardhitta Gallery.. , Cologne, Germany, March 14–April 12.. Photo Booth blog.. , faculty member, is the keynote speaker at the Visual Activism symposium at the.. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.. , California, on March 14.. , faculty member, has a feature and interview in.. ; he is also profiled on.. ABC News.. Shaul Schwarz.. is featured on.. TIME LightBox.. Lynn Saville.. Hyperallergic.. Jonathan Torgovnik.. , faculty member, has a story "Girl soldiers: Stories from a civil war" featured on.. MSNBC.. Moyra Davey.. Ornament and Reproach.. Murray Guy.. , March 1–April 5.. Stephanie Sinclair.. , faculty member, is teaching a workshop at the.. Bronx Documentary Center.. on March 1.. February 2014.. Joel Meyerowitz.. , faculty members, are included in the TIME LightBox story ".. " target="_blank">On Everybody Street: Meet New York's Famous Street Photographers.. ".. Amy Arbus.. ; she is also featured on.. LENS blog.. On the Street 1980–1990.. Leica Gallery.. , February 28–April 19.. Natural Selection.. at the Calumet Gallery, February 20–28.. (GS90), faculty member, has an exhibition.. Chinese Fast Food.. Galerie Basia Embricos.. , Paris, France, February 20–March 20.. , faculty member, has a new book.. Gays in the Military.. from Daylight Books.. @60.. about the ICP faculty exhibition she curated.. Gillian Laub.. (GS98), faculty members, have photo essays featured on.. Sean Justice.. Breathing Pictures.. University of the Arts.. , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 14–March 14.. Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology.. Hammer Museum.. , Los Angeles, California, February 9–May 18.. , faculty member, is included in the.. First International Biennial of Contemporary Art.. , Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, February 7–April 7.. Sunita Prasad.. Presumptuous.. Vox Populi Gallery.. , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 7–March 2.. Alice Zimet.. , faculty member, is profiled by.. Blouin Artinfo.. Robert Blake.. , faculty member, is moderating a panel discussion at.. 601 Artspace.. on February 5.. The Islands of New York.. Queens Museum.. , February 2–May 1.. Andrea Modica.. Suzanne Opton.. Sylvia Plachy.. Invitation to Stare: Photographic Portraits.. Akron Art Museum.. , Akron, Ohio, February 1–June 1.. January 2014.. , faculty member, premieres his film.. Nefandus Trilogy.. Rotterdam Film Festival.. on January 24.. Joni Sternbach.. (NYU/ICP87), faculty member, is in the group exhibition.. Not Long Hidden.. Rick Wester Fine Art.. , January 23–March 4.. Wendy Richmond.. Big Red Shiny.. Bob Sacha.. , faculty member, has a story "From Forest to Food Bank" featured on.. Al Jazeera America.. Vacancy.. Schneider Gallery.. , Chicago, Illinois, January 10–March 1.. Karen Ostrom.. BRIC Arts Media's blog.. Liz Sales.. (MFA10), staff member, is featured in issue #5 of.. Conveyor.. Karen Ostrom, [The Third of May, 1808], 2012.. Past Staff News.. 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. Alumni News.. Keep up with alumni exhibitions, publications, performances, and more.. © Tadej Znidarcic..

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  • Title: Support ICP | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Support ICP.. ICP Spotlights 2012: Creating a Better World, Groundbreaking Women in Photography.. Image Singuliere.. Photography Circle Members and above enjoying a visit to the studio of photographer Platon.. 27th Annual Infinity Awards 2011 at Pier 60.. As a privately funded nonprofit arts and education organization, ICP depends in large part on friends such as you for support.. Your generosity is vital to ICP as it continues to grow and succeed in its mission: to present photography's extraordinary power to the public.. There are many ways to give to ICP: Donate  ...   gift.. DONATE ONLINE NOW.. Patron Travel Program: Paris Photo.. Get exclusive access to Paris Photo, as well as special activities arranged curators and educators.. ICP Patrons play an integral role in shaping our.. key programs.. Honoring individuals in the photographic community since 1985.. development@icp.. 212.. 9705.. Upcoming Events.. Library Window Exhibition: Buon Compleanno, Sophia!.. September 12 October 17.. School Open House.. September 17.. How to Make Anything into a Camera Workshop.. September 20 September 20.. Developing Your Composition Skills Workshop.. September 21 September 21.. School Open House for Full-Time Programs.. October 17..

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  • Title: Committees | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Committees.. Program Committees sustain ICP's standing as a world-class museum and school by giving patrons the opportunity to play an integral role in shaping the institution's key programs.. Membership benefits include unparalleled access to curators, artists, and educators; three annual meetings, ranging from intimate dinners with noted artists to lively debates about proposed acquisitions; and invitations to exclusive receptions, tours, and other events at ICP and within the world of photography.. Acquisitions Committee.. Chaired by Ellen Kelson and Melissa Stewart.. Members are intimately involved in the acquisitions process as ICP's curatorial staff chooses significant photographic works to build the permanent collection.. Debates over collection choices and curatorial discussions provide insights into works both within and outside the photographic canon.. At each meeting, ICP curators present new works for purchase, after which members decide where to direct committee contributions through a lively exchange.. Participation begins at $7,000.. Education and Community Programs Committee.. Chaired by Bicky Kellner and Lois Zenkel.. Members play a key role in funding the programs of the School at ICP, including expanding audience development and museum education initiatives.. At each meeting, members learn about an aspect of ICP's master's degree, certificate, continuing education, or community  ...   exhibitions from curatorial staff, often previewing new discoveries.. Curators periodically present slides of new work from around the world, providing members with unique exposure to contemporary photography.. Chief Curator Brian Wallis gives a brief report at each meeting, and members decide where to direct committee contributions.. Studio visits, gallery tours, and presentations, often with well-known photographers, follow meetings or occur on other dates during the year.. As a benefit of membership in this Committee, members periodically receive complimentary exhibition catalogues.. Participation begins at $7,500.. Friends of the Library.. Chaired by Evan Mirapaul and Stephanie Shuman.. Friends of the Library support ensures that ICP is able to sustain and develop the library's increasingly important role in the community, providing free access to resources rarely found in other libraries and databases, many of which are unique to ICP.. Friends will be invited to many special events exclusive to ICP's library supporters, including displays, celebrations, in-depth discussions on publications, screenings, and pop-up reading rooms.. As a Friend of the Library, you will receive a special, limited-edition publication each year, available only to Friends.. Participation begins at $1,000.. Sophia Wallace.. Director of Institutional Giving and Strategic Partnerships.. Veronica Bainbridge.. vbainbridge@icp.. 0042..

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  • Title: Corporate Giving | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Corporate Giving.. ICP is New York City's only museum of photography and one of the world's largest schools of photography.. Corporate contributions are critical to the continued success of our award-winning exhibitions, publications, and.. education programs.. Corporate Partnership.. Depending on the level of membership, corporations enjoy opportunities to enhance brand awareness, entertain key clients, offer free admission to employees, participate in exciting special events, and enjoy discounts in ICP's Museum Store and Catherine K.. Café.. To learn more about our Corporate Benefits, please.. download this PDF.. Museum Gallery Rental.. ICP invites you to host your next corporate event in the Museum.. Designed by renowned firm Gwathmey Siegel Associates Architects, the Galleries provide the perfect atmosphere for a variety of events.. Our Corporate Members.. B H Photo Video Pro Audio.. Bloomberg.. Con Edison.. Condé Nast.. The Economist.. The Estée Lauder Companies.. Getty Images.. Johnson Johnson.. Marsh McLennan Companies.. MetLife.. Morgan Stanley.. Patterson, Belknap, Webb Tyler.. PENTAX Imaging Company.. Siegel+Gale.. White Case LLP.. Exhibition Sponsorship.. Exhibition sponsorship at ICP offers significant marketing and philanthropic opportunities.. From presentations of early nineteenth century photography to the latest trends in digital media, ICP's exhibitions reflect the depth and range of the medium and are among the most important photography exhibitions in the world.. Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are available at various levels to individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies.. Exhibition sponsorship opportunities include:.. • Lead sponsorship of exhibitions in the ICP galleries.. • Underwriting of educational components, such as gallery lectures and tours, symposia, and panel discussions.. • Supporting the publication of exhibition catalogues and educational brochures.. • Supporting free tours for New York City school groups.. • Underwriting national and/or international tours of ICP exhibitions.. Depending on the level of sponsorship, benefits may include:.. • Sponsorship credit in all exhibition and program materials, including invitations, signage, press releases, exhibition catalogues, and the ICP website.. • Private, curator-led tours of exhibitions for corporate employees and clients.. • Employee benefits throughout the sponsorship year, including  ...   programs in general.. Scholarships:.. The School at ICP offers two full-time certificate programs: for General Studies in Photography and for Documentary Photography and Photojournalism; and a full-time, two-year MFA degree in Advanced Photographic Studies.. Scholarship support aids ICP's efforts to provide professional training and education to the next generation of photographers by giving students valuable financial assistance at the beginning of their careers.. Community Programs:.. These programs, which serve over 10,000 young people each year, include an in-school partnership, collaborations with community organizations, school group tours, and classes based at ICP.. Sponsors may support a specific program or all of ICP's Community Programs.. Your sponsorship ensures that ICP can continue to offer these activities free of cost and provide scholarships to young participants, many of whom have little or no access to arts programs in their neighborhoods.. Free-admission Friday evenings:.. Between the hours of 5 and 8 pm on Fridays, ICP offers admission to its galleries by voluntary contribution.. Underwriters for this valued service to the public will be acknowledged on signage in the museum lobby as well as on all printed program materials and on the ICP website.. Event Underwriting.. Various opportunities exist for underwriting annual benefit events or other special events that may arise, providing sponsors with significant exposure and credit.. Recent events have included theater events, dance parties, and benefit auctions.. The most prominent annual event for the ICP is the Infinity Awards.. Annual Infinity Awards for Excellence in Photography:.. ICP's Infinity Awards were established in 1984 to honor outstanding achievements in photography.. These prestigious awards are presented at a gala event held in May of each year before an international audience of over 700 guests, including professionals in the fields of fashion, photography, design, and communications; corporate patrons of the arts; and individual collectors and philanthropists.. A state-of-the-art multimedia presentation features the recipient's work with narration and a specially commissioned musical background.. Sponsors and Corporate Members have the privilege of entertaining in the ICP Museum galleries..

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  • Title: Planned Giving | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Planned Giving.. Consider making a lasting financial commitment to ICP.. Individuals who inform us of their gift intentions will be invited to join ICP's Legacy Society, and will receive invitations to exclusive special events.. Gifts to ICP ensure its ability to maintain its tradition of excellence.. There are many ways to make a legacy gift to ICP.. The following guidelines are intended to aid donors interested in supporting ICP through planned gifts such as cash, securities, gifts of personal property, real estate, and charitable lead trusts.. Gifts of Cash.. The simplest way of contributing is through an outright gift of cash.. Bequests.. Donors are encouraged to include ICP in their wills.. Donors will receive recognition for the full value of their documented bequest intention if they have passed their 80th birthday.. If you are interested in leaving a legacy gift to ICP, please print, fill out, and mail our Printable Bequest Form.. Gifts of Appreciated Securities.. Giving long-term appreciated securities to ICP provides two income tax benefits: no tax is imposed on the appreciated portion of the gift (capital gains), and the donor will receive a charitable deduction based on the stock's fair market value.. Because the donor can avoid the  ...   the donor or his or her beneficiaries, typically children or grandchildren.. The charitable lead trust offers gift and estate tax savings.. Gifts of Real Estate.. A gift of real estate may consist of a full or partial interest in almost any type of property: a residence, vacation home, farm, commercial property, or undeveloped land.. As with securities, a gift of unmortgaged real estate can generate an income tax deduction and prevent the donor from assuming a capital gains tax liability.. Gifts of Tangible Personal Property.. Gifts of saleable tangible personal property such as art, antiques, or jewelry may offer an immediate tax deduction and estate tax benefits.. Gifts of Life Insurance.. An insurance policy may be an attractive asset for a donor.. Contributing an insurance policy to ICP can enable a donor to make a large gift and obtain a charitable tax deduction for the cash surrender value of the policy and the premiums donated.. Life Income Benefits.. A donor can make a gift of capital to ICP and continue to receive the income from the gift, as well as a charitable tax deduction.. Donors may make a life income gift through the creation of a charitable remainder annuity trust or unitrust..

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  • Title: Space Rental | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Space Rental.. Private Event.. Guests in the Lower Level Gallery.. Upper Gallery Space.. Lower Level Gallery Space.. An event at ICP is a truly unique New York City experience.. With the backdrop of our critically acclaimed exhibitions, our galleries provide an ideal venue for breakfast meetings, cocktail receptions, or intimate seated dinners.. Our staff will help you plan the perfect event for your guests.. For more information on renting our gallery space, please contact.. spacerental@icp.. , or call 212.. 0032.. Download a PDF of rental information and guidelines..

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  • Title: Infinity Awards | International Center of Photography
    Descriptive info: Portrait Sessions.. Infinity Awards.. © Image Singuliere.. The 30th Annual.. Monday, April 28, 2014.. Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers.. ICP's Infinity Awards were inaugurated to bring public attention to outstanding achievements in photography by honoring individuals with distinguished careers in the field and by identifying future luminaries.. The awards ceremony is ICP's primary fundraising benefit, and the revenues generated assist the full range of our programs, including exhibitions, collections, community outreach, and the School at ICP.. The International Center of Photography (ICP) is pleased to announce the honorees of the 2014 Infinity Awards including Jürgen Schadeberg, who will receive the Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award.. "It is with great joy that  ...   of photography and the powerful way in which the image is viewed and interpreted around the world.. Press Release PDF.. 2014 Recipients.. Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement:.. Jürgen Schadeberg.. Art:.. James Welling.. Fashion:.. Steven Klein.. Photojournalism:.. Stephanie Sinclair and Jessica Dimmock.. Publication:.. Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin,.. Holy Bible.. Young Photographer:.. Samuel James.. The Infinity Awards will feature an exclusive opportunity to purchase portrait sessions by renowned contemporary photographers.. All proceeds benefit ICP’s exhibitions, school, archive, library, and public programs.. Learn more.. Event Co-Chairs.. Marjorie Rosen.. For More Information.. events@icp.. 0044.. Corporate Sponsor.. Past Recipients.. 2007.. 1996–2006.. 1985–1995.. Infinity Awards on Flickr.. View photos of the Infinity Awards ceremony.. © Bill Davila..

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