Chloë Ashby examines the art and legacy of this important artist.
Editor David Senior talks about his new publication with Occasional Papers.
Lucy Moore and Tamsin Clark spotlight these unusual travel books.
Author Jon Towlson discusses Jeff Lieberman's cult horror flick Blue Sunshine (1977).
From the preface of his new book out now from JRP|Ringier.
Short or long? Adam Roberts tackles Chantal Akerman's use of short-form cinema and its effect on her artwork.
In this month's Zine Review, Peter Willis handpicks a basket of fantastic zines to read while soaking up the spring sunshine.
From the beginning of 2014, the ICA welcomed two new apprentices to the team, Shanah Daniels and Sam Goldward.
Frans Zwartjes is arguably Holland’s pre-eminent experimental filmmaker, whose highly stylised, poetically claustrophobic films.
Maximilian Le Cain
Poet Sean Bonney reflects on the life and work of Amiri Baraka ahead of Saturday’s conference and evening performances at the ICA.
Adam Roberts from A Nos Amours introduces Toute une Nuit ahead of a screening on Thursday 10 April at 8pm.
ICA Film and Cinema Co-ordinator Nico Marzano presents Alain Resnais's Last Year in Marienbad (1961).
In view of this weekend's symposium that attempts to situate today’s art schools within the context of a historical self-organised legacy.
Ahead of a Teacher's Preview of Richard Hamilton at the ICA on Thursday 27 March, artist, art historian and educator Rita Cottone.
In October 2013 I began a collaborative PhD – The ICA: A History of the Contemporary – with Middlesex University and the ICA.