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In Photos, Revisit The Trail Of Sandy Damage And Recovery

The International Center for Photography just debuted an exhibit on Governors Island that chronicles both the destruction by and the recovery from Hurricane Sandy. From a public call for submissions that attracted 7,000 entries, curators picked 100 works to display in "Rising Waters; Photographs of Hurricane Sandy" that were snapped by more than 90 different photographers?some professional, some amateur. Our own camera-toting documentarian Nathan Kensinger chronicled the superstorm's impact in Brooklyn, the Rockaways, Staten Island, yet images of the milestone event don't seem to lose their intrigue, always managing to pack a powerful visual and emotional punch. Until September 22, the show is open Saturdays and Sundays (as well as Labor Day) from noon to 6 p.m at Building 19 in Nolan Park.

· Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy [ICP]
· All Hurricane Sandy coverage [Curbed]