This book, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the International Center of Photography, breaks from tradition by offering a new perspective on ICP's photograph collection that moves beyond photojournalism. The book illustrates the seldom-acknowledged diversity of ICP's photo collection. It is organized into sections such as landscapes, fashion and style, war and disaster with a few short essays by a number of essayists and critics. The book's negative points include the less than perfect color picures, and the absence of an index. Overall, the book is another great addition to the coffee table.