Previously at the ICA
To mark the launch of her book, Chris Kraus will read new work and discuss the blurred lines between fiction and criticism.
Director Khalik Allah presents his hypnotic meditation on Jamaican experience.
A unique dining experience exclusively for young black men, hosted by ICA Youth Partners GUAP Magazine.
The first anime ever to premiere at Cannes, director Mamoru Hosoda renders childhood with insight and ingenuity.
The tumultuous story of Orson Welles’ long unfinished final film told through archival footage and revelatory new interviews.
ICA Chief Curator Richard Birkett leads a tour of the exhibition METAHAVEN: VERSION HISTORY.
The true story of Scottish factory workers' protest against Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship.
Performance, conversation and screening by boundary-pushing terrorist drag artist CHRISTEENE.
An hypnotic meditation on Jamaica’s history, spirituality and class stratification that ultimately centres on its people.
Two new works by ICA commissioned artists Ayo Akingbade and Célia Hay.