Something of a key film in the development of cinematic modernism, partly because it sets up a puzzle that is never resolved: a man meets a woman in a rambling hotel and believes he may have had an affair with her the previous year at Marienbad - but did he?
Join us for an online talk with New York-based curators Andrew Roth and Alex Kitnick, and ICA Curator Matt Williams, to discuss the ICA Reading Room display Paperwork: A Brief History of Artist’s Scrapbooks.
A premiere screening of To Hell with Culture, a portrait of the life and work of Herbert Read, followed by a discussion with the director Huw Wahl, Benedict Read, Dr Michael Paraskos, and ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir.
Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani is joined by Tessa Jackson to discuss his work as an artist, critic and curator, on the occasion of his first retrospective at CCA, Glasgow, as part of Glasgow International 2014.
This Salon takes Tom Hudson's experimental colour teaching at Cardiff College of Art in the 1950s and Richard Hamilton's investigation into colour within his teaching of Basic Design during his time at Newcastle University as a starting point, to explore the role of colour in contemporary art practice today.