For the second year in a row, New York’s Russian LGBT community marched along the boardwalk from Coney Island to Brighton Beach. The group protested homophobia and discrimination in the neighborhood, which with its large russian speaking population is a link to their native culture. Putin’s Russia has taken an increasingly hard stance against LGBT […]
Students had the opportunity to choose a two- weekend workshop led by book designer Teun Van Der Heijden and photographer Ying Ang (who is also an ICP alumni). Together they helped students observe on their own work with a different perspective, by making a larger sequence of their photographic project, pair images and make them […]
At the end of the Winter Trimester, Alice O’Malley’s class portrait class, “Portrayal”, took a field to the Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance (BAAD), for an on location shoot with professional dancers from the academy. Alumni and teachers assistant Paolo Quadrini captured behind the scenes moments of the students working with their subjects.
Photographer Gabriel Munhoz has found a new sense of freedom with his photographic practice since moving to New York City for the Doc and Visual Journalism Program, engaging more intimately with the streets and putting his lens towards the faces and places where light and beauty take center stage. “I like the freedom to create narratives […]
What is it exactly? An assignment given in Portrayal Class by Alice O’mally tried to answer this question: Deadpan photograph is devoid of emotion. It simply exists as a subject and photograph, yet it seems to be empty. There is no joy or sorrow, although some can argue that the deadpan itself is a mood […]
Photographer Luis Antonio Rojas. Emilee López (9) is a daughter of Mexican indigenous migrants looking for her own adventure in this immense city. Shot for the “ Growing up in New York “ assignment, for Visual Journalism class.
For the first assignment given in Portrayal Class, led by the photographer Alice O’mally, Students had to face through every photographer’s challenge, which is being on both sides of the camera, as a photographer and as a subject. Eric Cederlund. Eric Cederlund and Sharon Pulwer. Sharon Pulwer. Eva Deitch. Amit Elkayam. Kanishka Sonthalia. Dylan Hull. […]