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Feb
8
Mon
Make a Date on Madison Avenue – Private Shopping Event in February @ Madison Avenue
Feb 8 – Feb 20 all-day

Make a Date on Madison Avenue – Private Shopping Event in February

You Can Now “Make a Date on Madison Avenue” February 8 – 20, 2021

48 Stores Will Open Their Doors Just for You and Yours
Book your sweetheart private shopping appointment for or with your Valentine!

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the Madison Avenue B.I.D. is organizing Make a Date on Madison Avenue from February 8-20. In the name of love, participating stores are inviting Valentine’s shoppers to book a private shopping appointment at designated hours by registering on https://madisonavenuebid.org/make-a-date/

This appointment-only “sweetheart” shopping event will be the ultimate gifting experience. The Valentine’s Day shoppers will have the store all to themselves, or in their private VIP salons, to shop solo or come with their significant others to pick out their gifts in a safe and exclusive environment either before or after Valentine’s Day and to enjoy the white glove service and client pampering found only on Madison Avenue.

Guests can choose from a roster of 48 renowned brands and retailers. Shoppers are encouraged to book early, beginning February 1, as each store sets its own quota of available dates and times.

Participating stores include:
Agent Provocateur
Alexander McQueen
alice + olivia
Altuzarra
Aquatalia
Arlene Angard Design & Fine Arts
Baccarat
Bandier
Barton Perreira
Berluti
Brioni
Buccellati
Canali
Chopard
De Beers Jewellers
diptyque
Etro
Fivestory
Frette
Graff
Ippolita
Jenni Kayne
Jimmy Choo
John Lobb
La Ligne
Lafayette 148 New York
Longchamp
Marc Jacobs
Mark Cross
Marni
Michael’s Luxury Consignment
Morgenthal Frederics (680 Madison)
Morgenthal Frederics (944 Madison)
Morgenthal Frederics (1155Madison)
Mykita Shop New York – Upper East Side
N. Peal Cashmere
Panerai
Paul Morelli
Rebecca Taylor
Robert Marc NYC (782 Madison)
Robert Marc NYC (1046 Madison)
Roger Vivier
Tod’s
Vince
Wolford
Zimmermann

Feb
9
Tue
Book Event—Pictures on the Radio: Images by David Gilkey @ International Center of Photography (online)
Feb 9 @ 6:00 pm – Feb 10 @ 7:00 pm

Book Event—Pictures on the Radio: Images by David Gilkey

Join ICP for a special book program honoring the work of David Gilkey, a celebrated conflict photographer who helped NPR bring vivid life to big and small stories with global impact before he was killed on assignment in Helmand, Afghanistan in 2016.

In a new book from powerHouse, Pictures of the Radio, Gilkey’s work is highlighted, showing images taken on assignments in Afghanistan, Haiti, Gaza, and other locations around the globe while he captured conflict, natural disasters and other critical stories. The book includes recollections of Gilkey in essays by NPR correspondents who knew and worked with him, including Jason Beaubien, Ari Shapiro, David Greene, Julie McCarthy, and Eric Westervelt.

During this special event moderated by ICP’s managing director of programs, David Campany, hear from the editors of the book—Quil Lawrence and Chip Somodevilla, and Ariel Zambelich, as well as Lynsey Addario and other colleagues and long-time friends of Gilkey, for an evening celebrating the work of this important photojournalist.

This event is free. Reserve your copy of Pictures on the Radio through ICP’s shop.

Feb
10
Wed
ICP Talks: Cheriss May on Documenting Democracy @ International Center of Photography
Feb 10 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

ICP Talks: Cheriss May on Documenting Democracy

February 10, 2021

Kicking off the ICP Talks winter/spring season is Washington DC–based photojournalist and professor Cheriss May. Covering politics and movements with portraiture at the soul of her work, May is lauded for her inclusive storytelling approach to both editorial assignments and personal projects.

Join us for an evening with May, as she discusses her work documenting democracy and social unrest during a turbulent year in the US, and learn more about inclusive storytelling through her photographs and projects in a conversation with ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany.

Feb
17
Wed
ICP Lessons: Debi Cornwall on Necessary Fictions @ International Center of Photography
Feb 17 @ 1:00 pm – Feb 19 @ 2:00 pm

ICP Lessons: Debi Cornwall on Necessary Fictions

February 17, 2021

Conceptual documentarian, filmmaker, and former civil-rights lawyer, Debi Cornwall is no stranger to questioning the role of truth in images and the power of using fiction to illuminate truth through narrative storytelling. Through her projects, Welcome to Camp America: Inside Guantánamo Bay and Necessary Fictions, Cornwall often employs deep investigative tactics to present facts that are concealed or expressed within state-created fictions, culminating in deeply immersive projects that question more than just the reality of the viewer. Join us for the next session in ICP Lessons, hosted by David Campany, for a three-day lecture series highlighting Debi Cornwall’s approach to using fiction to address real world issues and introducing key concepts and methods for applying to your own photographic practice—whether documentary, fine-art, or multimedia—which will be the focus of her upcoming ICP course, Necessary Fictions.

Mar
10
Wed
ICP Lessons: Sara Hylton on Staying Engaged as a Photographer @ International Center of Photography
Mar 10 @ 1:00 pm – Mar 12 @ 2:00 pm
ICP Lessons: Sara Hylton on Staying Engaged as a Photographer @ International Center of Photography

ICP Lessons: Sara Hylton on Staying Engaged as a Photographer

March 10, 2021

Join us for the next ICP Lessons, a three-day lecture series hosted by David Campany, with visual storyteller Sara Hylton on staying engaged as a photographer. Hylton will share her experience creating intimate and personal work and staying motivated while pursuing new ideas.

Canadian photographer Sara Hylton, a 2014 graduate of ICP’s One-Year Certificate Program in Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, travels the globe with her camera, using it to shine an intimate light on stories of resilience and to challenge oppressive and unjust systems within society. From documenting those living along the Keystone XL pipeline in Montana to her powerful environmental portraits depicting families of missing and murdered indigenous women (MMIW) in Saskatchewan Canada, Hylton continually seeks new ideas to explore and stories to tell. In the next session of ICP Lessons, we will learn more about Hylton’s approach to crafting an evolving vision and pursuing avenues for sharing her work.