Previously at the ICA
A group exhibition with artists who use other people as a medium, creating works which are often slippery in meaning or disquieting in effect.
An exhibition of R.E.M. photographs and artwork, curated by The New Yorker's Steve Pyke from a trip to the band's Athens, Georgia HQ.
Bárbara Wagner's joyous photographs of the urban beach of Brasília Teimosa.
The young French artist has his first UK solo show, part of his ongoing Cellar Door project drawing on interweaving interests in architecture, music and science.
Found imagery from advertising, music and fashion exploring the strident projection of identity within these arenas.
A new installation that includes a film about digging, and objects and events that combine light, sound and subtle movement.
Adapting the lighting of a number of public spaces in and around the ICA, appropriating vibrant lighting schemes from commercial and public sites in London.
Loris Gréaud's film work made on stock found in an abandoned cinema: a "story that doesn't reveal itself"
Black champagne served by identical triplets in dark room. Watch out for the doors.
Questioning and critiquing art-world myths, using the impossible Penrose stairs as a starting point.