Previously at the ICA
A set of oil paintings riffles through the viewers psyche, searching for deep seated imbalance upon which to teeter.
Pablo Bronstein presents Sketches for Regency Living, introducing architectural interventions into the ICA, as well as choreographing art and ballet performances.
Jack Smith’s slides of performance documentation are accompanied by music selected by long-term collaborator, John Zorn.
This first solo institutional exhibition offers the opportunity to critically appraise the work of American artist, Jacob Kassay.
A conversation between two online avatars on a dating website, which develops into a masturbatory love affair between a woman and a younger man.
This exhibition brings together a selection of Ad Reinhardt's comics published in the 1940's commenting on the New York art world in a single table size print.
A three-part sculpture by Austrian artist Franz West installed on the roof of the ICA on The Mall.
This exhibition in the ICA Studio demonstrates a wide variety of approaches to sound ranging from graphic scores to sound installations, silent musical films to sonic reliquaries, sculpture-instruments to gowns for the sonic flâneur.
The presentation of Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011: In the Presence shows the range of materials and processes employed by young artists today.