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For the International Center of Photography, An Exciting New Chapter Begins

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For the International Center of Photography, An Exciting New Chapter Begins

To reproduce an image is to honor, celebrate and cherish a photographer’s work.

The International Center of Photography (ICP) bridges photographers of the present and future to the greats of the past through an ongoing array of thought-provoking exhibitions, educational programs and community outreach initiatives. These efforts call for a production partner that brings not only technological capability and breadth, but also respect for the craft and an understanding of how significant an image can be when produced to perfection.

Duggal Visual Solutions serves as ICP’s trusted graphics and material consulting provider, bringing the latest large format printing technology to the museum’s street level windows.

At ICP’s 1133 Avenue of the Americas location, the Picture Windows project was a visual magnet for the millions of visitors who pass between Times Square and Bryant Park each year, from a life-sized 1940s panorama by the late Todd Webb to James Balog’s environmental photo documentary, Changing Ice, Changing Climate.


Now, ICP turns the page to a new chapter at 250 Bowery, an 11,000-square-foot space in the heart of New York’s creative scene. As distinguished architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill built out the new ICP Museum, the Bowery community and tourists engaged with the very first ICP installment at its new home: a window display of vintage black-and-white Weegee imagery.

Next came the #helloicp interactive photo mural, which lit up the Bowery every evening through October with curated Instagram images from the global photography community glowing on the museum’s facade.

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As a leader in photographic printing and gallery displays, Duggal is extremely proud of its relationship with the International Center of Photography. It is both an honor and a pleasure to work alongside the world’s premier destination for photography and visual culture.

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