R.I.P. Germain’s forthcoming exhibition “Jesus Died For Us, We Will Die For Dudus!” will feature an ambitious newly commissioned, immersive, multipart installation that examines the complex logic of cultural gatekeeping within Black culture, and the (mis)perception of these dynamics in a wider (white) world.
Opening at the ICA in London and KW in Berlin, Christopher Kulendran Thomas: Another World explores an alternative approach to technology through the prism of the defeated revolutionary struggle for an independent Tamil homeland.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) annual international film festival dedicated to the cinema of the real FRAMES of REPRESENTATION… Read More
The ICA to present Decriminalised Futures, an exhibition inspired by the sex workers rights movement.
In February 2022, the Institute of Contemporary Arts will present Decriminalised Futures, a group exhibition featuring thirteen international artists whose… Read More
21 Questions is at once a fashion item, a piece of modernist functional design and – when combined – a sculpture.
Fischli/Weiss’s 21 Questions (2021) is the second in an ongoing series of artist customisations of the iconic Stool 60, designed… Read More
Landmark exhibition examines the history of Black communities’ resistance to institutional racism and UK policing.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts reopens on July 6th with War Inna Babylon: The Community’s Struggle for Truths and Rights, an exhibition curated by London-based racial advocacy and community organisation, Tottenham Rights, and Rianna Jade Parker.
We are all familiar with the white cube gallery space. But when one arises in the middle of a Congolese palm oil plantation, the effect is deeply disorienting.
Dr. Martens and the ICA have come together to offer substantial support for the production of new works by independent… Read More
Anti-US propaganda, lots of sand, maternal grief, a memory palace and a wave of lights.
Omnibus is the first-ever survey of the work of the Berlin collective Honey-Suckle Company, which brings together key moments of the group’s twenty-five-year history.
Temporal Deprogramming, a new live commission by Philadelphia-based interdisciplinary artists Black Quantum Futurism
The Institute of Contemporary Arts will present Temporal Deprogramming, a new live commission by Philadelphia-based interdisciplinary artists Black Quantum Futurism, comprising a two-week programme of music, performance, spoken word, talks and workshops set within a new installation in the ICA Lower Gallery.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents Moarg Kiel, the first major solo exhibition by London-based Scottish artist Morag Keil.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents a five-day convening of artists, academics and activists focused on contemporary Black feminist politics, examining the impossibility of Black women’s claims to womanhood and the new spaces that are created by a politics of refusal. Generating conversations across the diaspora and across generations, a range of thinkers and practitioners present a series of talks, workshops, film screenings and performance.
London based non-profit collective Allied Editions partner with New York organisations to launch exclusive artist editions at Frieze New York.
Political crime, t-shirts, flour bombing, British wildlife, interstellar travel, architecture and China.
5 day investigation into the impact of technology on women & the gender non-conforming to launch @ICALondon
Advancing upon discourses of technofeminist theory that have developed over the past twenty years, the work of participating thinkers traverses the fields of philosophy, art, performance and gender theory.
Jihad, Jeff Koons, animal furniture, drawings, sulphur and ash.
The ICA and BRITDOC are pleased to announce a special screening of CITIZENFOUR followed by a live Q&A with Edward Snowden at the ICA.
Found objects, typewriters, psychoanalysis, torsioned sculpture and Old Master inspiration
Art Night is a new annual contemporary arts festival that will transform London for one night only. Expect large-scale art installations and performances across Westminster.
When even the ‘stay’ camp are talking about what’s best for Britain, post-nationalist art feels like a timely move.