Gillian Laub, Diana Markosian, as well as five exciting newcomers are represented at New York’s International Center of Photography (ICP) until January 10, 2021.
“The three showcases, in their unique ways, explore the interior lives of artists and their families,” says David Campany, Managing Director of Programs at the ICP about the exhibition concept. “I am humbled by the emotions and intimacy these artists share, and the trust they have imbued in the viewer.”
In her long-term documentary project ‘Family Matters’, Gillian Laub presents a funny, poignant, troubled, and challenging account of her family’s emotional and political dramas across two decades.
Diana Markosian’s ‘Santa Barbara’ is a compelling autobiographical narrative of her mother’s journey, who moved from Russia to America with her two children in search of a better life. The series juxtaposes an idealised, Hollywood-like version of the American dream with the often startling reality of the immigrant experience.
The group exhibition ‘Inward: Reflections on Interiority’ features newly commissioned works by five emerging artists – Djeneba Aduayom, Arielle Bobb-Willis, Quil Lemons, Brad Ogbonna, and Isaac West – who explore and experiment with aspects of their inner lives.
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