Get your datebook out — it's time to plan yourself a trip to the museum. On January 16, the International Center of Photography (ICP) launches its Year of Fashion schedule, a series of exhibits that focus on the history of fashion photography and the relationship between art and fashion from the twenties to today, featuring pictures from Edward Steichen, Richard Avedon, Nick Knight and others. If you've ever torn out a magazine editorial and stuck it up on your wall, this is how we imagine this museum looking all year. But you know, nicer. Curated by Carol Squiers and Vince Aletti, ICP’s Year of Fashion includes six exhibitions throughout 2009. Click ahead for a special look inside.
International Center of Photography, 1133 Sixth Ave., at 43rd St. (212-857-0045); Tues.–Thurs. (10–6), Fri. (10–8); Sat.–Sun. (10–6); Mon. (closed).
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