Grace Plaza, above the School at the International Center of Photography, is currently undergoing renovations. But, if you take a moment to look at the construction wall…
While it’d be insanely cool if the above was a full 3-d installation set, it’s actually a photograph, taken by a recent ICP alum.
This is such a great idea – Nothing is more boring than a construction wall, and I love that they’ve found a way to not only make it interesting, but actually intriguing!
There are ten Peep Hole photos in total, all by recent ICP graduates. My favorite pictures are the ones that transport you away from the noise and traffic of Sixth Avenue:
If ICP ever does another round, I’d love to see a series in which the viewer was clearly “peeping” in on something they normally wouldn’t be able to – the possibilities are really endless.
Next time you’re around 42nd and Sixth Avenue, be sure to check out the peep holes!
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