William Guy reports back from the 64th Berlin International Film Festival (6 - 16 February 2014).
Burroughs: The Movie which opens on Friday 14 February at the ICA, explores the life and times of Naked Lunchauthor William S. Burroughs. Completed in 1983 by Howard Brookner.
A Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman with Les Rendez-vous (1978).
The Institute of Contemporary Arts' title reveals something very specific about the nature of what is contained on London’s The Mall.
Throughout her career British architect Jane Drew had an exceptional role in what was, and perhaps still is, an otherwise male-dominated industry.
The research I’ve been doing at the ICA around Richard Hamilton, Lawrence Alloway and Victor Pasmore’s 1957 exhibition an Exhibit challenges any notion of the contemporary curator’s objective eye.
As a response to the 2013 exhibition Keep Your Timber Limber (Works on Paper)
Victor Wang and Anna Kontopoulou
On Thursday 23 January A Nos Amours screen Chantal Akerman’s 1977 film News From Home.
Artist and Table of Contents performer Rachel Krische explains how she has approached the new ICA project by Siobhan Davies Dance.
Some will have seen Jeanne Dielmanby Chantal Akerman (screening on Thursday 12 December as part of the A Nos Amours complete retrospective)
L’Enfant aimé – ou je joue à être une femme mariée (1971, 16mm, b&w, 35 minutes), was screened at the ICA by A Nos Amours,
Artist Eloise Hawser explains the composition of her vitrine in the ICA Off-Site project A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now.
For the ICA Blog, Student Forum member Hatty Nestor considers whether an institution's identity should be tied to its designated physical space.
Going back and forth in time, uncovering the personal archives of artists, collectors, architects, film makers and designers.
In advance of the screening of Gerald Fox's 2005 documentary Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frankon Tuesday 1 October.