An event, such as a trade show, news release or appearance - see also Exhibition.

ICP to Close Midtown Museum

Literally just ten days ago, we told you about the Robert Capa in Color exhibit at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and today we have more, rather bittersweet news concerning them. Apparently in the burgeoning commercial rental market in NYC, the landlord of the building, the Durst Organization - is likely squeezing them. The current lease is coming to an end in January 2015, and the center has not renegotiated a new one and thus will close its midtown museum. They're looking to announce a new site this spring. The school, which is not on the same lease, will remain at its current location of 1114 Sixth Avenue. Read more below.

Leica Special Event in Berlin on April 24!

Leica is promising a "special highlight" on April 24, 2014 in Berlin at 7pm... Telling us to keep the evening free and be excited. It's definitely going to include the new mirrorless camera we mentioned earlier. That being the case, one or more lenses to go with it shouldn't be unexpected. Read more below, which has all the info and is chock full of updates on what to expect!

Epic Gear Collection for Monument Valley

Leica Store Miami has teamed up with Arizona Highways Magazine Photo Workshops for the Leica S Photo Adventure: Monument Valley workshop - taking place this week (February 8-13, 2014). We spread the word about this epic workshop a while back on our Facebook page. Not only is this incredibly scenic area truly epic... But the gear on-hand for this workshop defies belief. Enough to make even the most hardened Leica shooter drool. They posted some photos on their own Facebook page (which you can see below).

Anniversary of Eddie Adams Saigon Shot

46 years ago today, on February 1, 1968 - General Nguyen Ngoc Loan fired a pistol at Nguyen Van Lam's head early on in the "Tet Offensive." Lam was a member of the National Liberation Front, also known as the VC (for Viet Cong). Loan executed Lam on a street in Saigon and that moment was forever frozen at 1/500s when Eddie Adams made his shot (seen above). Adams was covering the Vietnam War for the Associated Press and that image won the Pulitzer Prize and World Press Photo. From a previous interview we know that Adams used a 35mm lens (likely on his Leica M4) for the shot. Read more below for photos and video interview.

Peter Turnley - Havana, Cuba Workshop

Our friend Peter Turnley wrote us, and we wanted to share this great opportunity. He's leading a photography trip April 5-11 partnering with Cuba Cultural Travel who holds a license from the US Treasury Department permitting “people to people cultural exchange". He's made eleven of these trips in the past three years, and has organized an itinerary offering amazing access to the authentic daily life of the people of Cuba. There will be three local Cuban photographers/translators/guides with the group to help participants. If you are interested, get in touch with Laura Adams of Cuba Cultural Travel ASAP to reserve a spot. They handle all registration, tuition, travel documents, visas, and hotel arrangements. The cost is $4,550 USD and includes most everything (to/from Miami).


Jeff Garlin and MM on The Daily Show

Jeff Garlin appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, toting his Leica M Monochrom. Jon Stewart seemed to really enjoy the camera, but quips, "we have color now." Jeff is producing a documentary film about the street photography of Vivian Maier.