Founded in 1974 by Cornell Capa, brother of eminent war photographer Robert Capa, ICP’s focus is on photojournalism primarily, though art photography is occasionally featured. A handsome white box of a museum, it offers exhibits of probing, investigative photography that will illuminate some destination, social ill, or recent conflict. I only wish that the entrance fee was a bit lower, as you can easily see the three or so exhibits (the normal maximum at any one time) in 45 minutes or less. Still, those interested in photography or current events should enjoy this intelligent, small museum.