Going Digital: The Fourth Triennial Exhibition at the International Center of Photography

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Shopkeeper Suparat Taddee, Chumchon Ruamjai Community, Bangkok, November 2011.
Shopkeeper Suparat Taddee, Chumchon Ruamjai Community, Bangkok, November 2011. Courtesy of Gideon Mendel.

For their fourth triennial, titled “A Different Kind of Order” the International Center of Photography focused on the sweeping influence of digital photography on established and emerging artists.

The exhibition, featuring 28 video artists and photographers from 14 countries, will be on view through Sept. 8 and touches not only on the ever-changing landscape of the world but also the evolving ways in which artists express themselves.

Speaking to the media on May 16, ICP executive director Mark Robbins said about the show, “It throws us into the wonderful tense ambiguity that I think all good art does, where we question the assumptions about ourselves and our world.”

New York (detail), from the series "Diorama Maps," 2006, light jet print.
New York (detail), from the series “Diorama Maps,” 2006, light jet print. Courtesy of Sohei Nishino and the Michael Hoppen Gallery, London.

Proof, 2011, (detail) Individually marked silver gelatin prints, chromogenic prints, pigmented ink prints and mixed media.
Parque Jaime Duque 3, 2004-2005, c-print (l). Proof, 2011, (detail) Individually marked silver gelatin prints, chromogenic prints, pigmented ink prints, and mixed media. Courtesy of Luis Molina-Pantin (l). Courtesy of Jim Goldberg.

Sam Falls, Untitled (House, Red and Yellow, Joshua Tree, CA), 2012. Courtesy the artist and M + B Gallery.
Untitled (House, Red and Yellow, Joshua Tree, CA), 2012. Courtesy of Sam Falls and M + B Gallery.

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