ICP Talks: Marvin Heiferman
ICP welcomes Marvin Heiferman for our next online ICP Talks Photographer Lectures series this fall. A curator, writer, and educator, Marvin Heiferman’s impact on photography and visual culture in New York and beyond is felt widely. In this career-spanning online lecture, Heiferman will share recent projects as well as discuss his work critically engaging with the impact of visual culture on arts, science, and photography and the crucial question of how we see and why we look.
About the Series
ICP Talks is ICP’s Photographer’s lecture series sponsored by MPB. Join us monthly each season for four one-hour lectures featuring renowned photographers who champion social change through photography, employ exciting alternative and emerging practices, or explore critical questions about the form. Past speakers include Jess T. Dugan, Jeff Wall, Smita Sharma, Hassan Hajjaj, Joshua Rashaad McFadden, and more. The Fall season takes place online and in-person from September through December featuring Guadalupe Rosales, Farah Al-Qasimi, and Marvin Heiferman. Additional speakers to be announced.
Marvin Heiferman writes and organizes exhibitions and online projects about photography and visual culture for venues that have included: The Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution, International Center of Photography, Whitney Museum of American Art and the New Museum. Author of 15 books including Photography Changes Everything (2012 Smithsonian/Aperture) and Seeing Science (2019 Aperture/UMBC), Heiferman has contributed essays to numerous artist monographs, museum catalogs, trade publications, magazines and media outlets including The New York Times, CNN, Artforum, Gagosian Quarterly, Design Observer, Aperture, Art in America, and BOMB.Buy tickets/get more info now