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On this day in 1972, Planet Earth was ready for its close-up. The crew of Apollo 17 snapped this shot from 28,000 miles away.
The Blue Marble: December 7, 1972
Happy birthday to John Morris—the legendary photo editor is celebrating his 100th year today!
Cornell Capa, 1964 [ Buff.ly Link ]
Mrs. George Washington Kavanaugh, never seen at an opening without her diamond tiara, talks to Weegee.
Simon Nathan, 1945 [ Buff.ly Link ]
"A date which will live in infamy,"
Today is the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Kelso Daly, December 7, 1941: Brought from his bed by the thunder of exploding bombs, this pajama-clad islander has rushed out on his terrace to scan with binoculars... [ Buff.ly Link ]
Oh crop! TIME revealed their top 100 photos of 2016. Take a peek.

The Top 100 Photos of 2016

Stave off those cold-weather blues by saving 15% on classes at the #ICPSchool—including our January workshops. Use code: Social17FB. (Some restrictions apply.)

Winter Registration is Now Open! Save 15% Today

Ralph Salomon has long been a boxing fan. A chance encounter led him to a life-altering introduction to the family that is New York boxing. See his “Boxers of New York” photographs in "diapason"—the opening reception is December 9 at the #ICPSchool (6–8 pm). [ Buff.ly Link ]
Happy birthday to Alfred Eisenstaedt! He had an uncanny ability in making good photographs of any situation or event. What an eye!
Headwaiter Renée Breguet of Grand Hotel St. Moritz serving cocktails on ice rink, 1932. [ Buff.ly Link ]
World photography leaders gathered yesterday at the #ICPMuseum for the “Iconic in an Instant? One Trillion Images” conference. S/O to Reuters. #IconicInstant
Giving the Mamiya C330 a little love today. ❤
The #ICPSchool is one of the world's most extensive and best-equipped schools of photography. Join us tonight during our Open House for Full-Time Programs!

Winter 2016 Open House for Full-Time Programs

Tonight at the #ICPMuseum: Tina Campt will challenge the audience to not just see photographs and imagery from the Black Lives Matter movement, but also listen to them.

Photographing the Future of Black Lives Matter

From Weegee's "Naked City":
"The crime teletype machine was quiet at police headquarters… so I decided to sneak away and go to the opening of the opera."
"The Critic," Weegee, 1943 [ Buff.ly Link ]
"Blackbirds" is Idris Talib Solomon's ongoing documentary photography project focusing on young dancers in the Dance Theatre of Harlem. See his work during the opening reception for "diapason" at the #ICPSchool on Friday, December 9. [ Buff.ly Link ]
ICP Curator-in-Residence Charlotte Cotton sat down with LensCulture to discuss the future of photography. It's a goodie, she unpacks a lot of info in the interview.

What Comes Next: Thoughts on the Future of Photography - Interview with Charlotte Cotton | LensCulture

Tomorrow's lecture at the #ICPMuseum: “Photographing the Future of #BlackLivesMatter” w/ Tina Campt. [ Buff.ly Link ]
Aaron Siskind made some of his most successful and well-known documentary photographs when he was with the Film and Photo League in New York, including those for The Harlem Document. #HappyBirthday
Savoy Dancers, Harlem Document, ca. 1936 [ Buff.ly Link ]
#PublicPrivateSecret interview: Mossless publisher Romke Hoogwaerts and Curator-in-Residence Charlotte Cotton. [ Buff.ly Link ]
ONE WEEK remaining to see Annie Leibovitz's exhibition in NYC before it travels to Zurich, Switzerland. Don't miss your chance to experience "WOMEN: New Portraits" and take part in FREE UBS Art & ICP workshops. Learn more: [ Ubs.com Link ]
Peter Macdiarmid
Henri Cartier-Bresson intuitively chronicled decisive moments of human life around the world with a poetic documentary style.
Hyères, France, 1932 [ Buff.ly Link ]