Back in Time – A 1940s Panorama on Ave. of the Americas & 43rd St.

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Back in Time – A 1940s Panorama on Ave. of the Americas & 43rd St.

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The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to the discipline of photography and the reproduced image in all of its forms. With a continual offering of exhibitions, educational programs and community outreach, ICP bridges image-makers to a passionate and inspired global audience.

Duggal Visual Solutions is proud of its longstanding relationship with ICP, providing industry-leading photographic lab services to the school along with the latest technology in large format graphic production for museum exhibits and displays.

Currently featured at the ICP Museum at 43rd Street and Avenue of the Americas is the latest installation of ICP’s Picture Windows project, a 15-foot-tall display installed directly onto the museum’s glass façade. Hillary Altman consulted with ICP in producing 13 panels that combine to create a life-size panoramic image by the late Todd Webb, taking visitors and passersby back in time to the 1940s on that very block.

Duggal Visual Solutions is also pleased to support ICP’s mission to teach and ‘identify future luminaries’ by sponsoring the ICP Winter Lecture Series and extending to all ICP students 30% savings in photographic art production.