NPR’s Daily Picture Show | by Claire O’Neill. If you want people to see something, it’s probably best to put it somewhere visible. For a long time, that might have meant the pages of Life magazine. Today, perhaps that means a place where passers-by can stop for a minute, or tweet a photo, or even listen to an audio guide just by dialing a phone number. Say, for example, in New York City.
That’s exactly what you’ll find if you happen to be ambling around 6th Avenue, in the windows of the International Center of Photography.