Fifty years later, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy still resonates as one of the most shocking moments in U.S. history. "JFK November 22, 1963: A Bystander's View of History" recalls that tragic day through iconic images and video stills and explores the aftermath, including the hunt for the assassin, the swearing in of the new president, the widow's grief, the funeral, and the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. The exhibition also includes stills from Abraham Zapruder's famous footage of the assassination, as well as news photographs, snapshots from bystanders, souvenirs, and scrapbooks that still leave us with more questions than answers. Through January 19, ICP, 1133 Sixth Avenue, icp.org, $14
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