Photography and the implications of the insta-age
Many people have a smartphone now. And anyone can take a photograph, share it on social media and it can travel across the world and be viewed by millions instantly. This exhibition at the International Center of Photography’s (ICP) new space in New York’s Bowery District examines ideas of photography, privacy, the self and how were are not in control of images we publish despite contrary assumptions. Works by artists such as Andy Warhol are on show, along with real-time images and videos from social media. Public, Private, Secret runs at the ICP until January 8. For more information visit www.icp.org.