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.
Paul Stolper and The Institute of Contemporary Arts are having a joint exhibition of Artists’ Editions at Paul Stolper Gallery, opening in the new year.
The ICA is to present the world premiere of QUEENS ROW, a new play by celebrated New York director, playwright and actor Richard Maxwell.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts is to present the first survey exhibition devoted to the work of Julie Becker (1972–2016).
KIOSK – a unique, long-term creative project and object-driven shop has landed at The Institute of Contemporary Arts for the holiday season
Tomorrow the Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the first UK exhibition by US artist Seth Price. Spanning the entire building, this survey focuses on Seth’s film & video of the past two decades.
Other artists participating in ‘AKA Peace’ include Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Jeremy Deller, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Gavin Turk, Stuart Semple, Sarah Lucas and Sam Taylor-Wood.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts, in association with Sony Ericsson, is delighted to launch All Tomorrow’s Pictures – a pioneering project which aims to highlight the creative potential of fusing art and technology by providing a vision of the future as part of ICA’s 60th anniversary celebrations.