Previously at the ICA
Two new works by ICA commissioned artists Ayo Akingbade and Célia Hay.
A young woman director’s research for a new script turns into an attempt at seduction.
Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean’s film is a comic deconstruction of European art history’s feminine beauty ideals.
A small US town reckons with its traumatic history in a dazzling new work by acclaimed documentarian Robert Greene.
Two surreal works commissioned by the ICA investigate architecture and place, accompanied by live performance.
How did Trump and Brexit happen? Director Astra Taylor spans millennia and continents to explore democracy’s present crisis.
Soviet director Larisa Shepitko’s experimental WWII feature screens alongside Ute Aurand and Ulrike Pfeiffer’s West German travelogue.
Recreation of the 1981 interview that captured European megastar Romy Schneider in deep personal crisis.
Fixated on France’s ‘lost cultural identity’, teenager Antoine becomes the troubled centre of a summer writing workshop.
A timely study of the contemporary art world, greed and the new global elite.