Author Archives: Megan Rulli

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: The Original Fan in a Flashbulb

In Cornell Capa’s introduction to The Concerned Photographer (1968), he explains that the Fund for Concerned Photography was “born out of respect for the image of the past, anxiety for the photographic direction of the present, and concern about the … Continue reading

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Flip Side of the Stonewall Raid

ACT UP New York, The First Gay Pride Was a Riot, ca. 1991 With the recent death of Seymour Pine, the police officer who led the 1969 raid on the Stonewall Inn, it seems appropriate to reflect on one of the … Continue reading

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The Woodmans

Francesca Woodman, Polka Dots, November 1976 Courtesy George and Betty Woodman As the Tribeca Film Festival comes to a close, it’s a good time to revisit some of ICP’s recent acquisitions.  Francesca Woodman was a prolific photographer whose haunting, slow-shuttered … Continue reading

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Who’s That Girl?

Nikki S. Lee, The Hispanic Project (25), 1998 Nikki S. Lee, The Ohio Project (7), 1999 Nikki S. Lee, The Yuppie Project (14), 1998 In her body of work Projects, Nikki S. Lee immerses herself into various subcultures, transforming her physical body … Continue reading

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Untitled

Richard Prince, Untitled, 1983 Cindy Sherman, Untitled, 1979 Gregory Crewdson, Untitled, 1998 Pina Yolacan, Untitled, from the “Perishables” series, 2004 A photographer’s conscious decision to leave his work untitled is both a burden and a blessing for the work’s audience. … Continue reading

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