Smithsfest takes over the ICA on the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, with talks, films, performance and music.
The latest feature by Carlos Reygadas, Post Tenebras Lux (After Darkness Light), has proven to be his most divisive.
Andrea Holley, Deputy Director of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival which opens here on 15 March, explains why we should be introduced to the bad guys.
In advance of the next Friday Salon 'Artists and Participatory Practices' on 1 March, artist Emma Smith considers the ethics of participation.
In light of the recent suicide of programmer, writer and internet activist Aaron Swartz.
Continuing our season on photography in conjunction with Juergen Teller: Woo!, Paul Martineau gives a talk on Wednesday 6 March.
Artist, curator and educator Sophie Hope is our guest at the next Friday Salon on 15 February.
What is this Film Called Love? opens on Friday 15 February with a special Q&A with director Mark Cousins.
Dramatist April de Angelis, who will be in conversation for our lunchtime series.
April de Angelis
We asked Jemma Desai from I am Dora, which returns to the ICA this Saturday, how it all got started. Here's what she told us...
Anne Massey remembers William Turnbull, part of the ICA's great heritage, who died on 16th November 2012.
ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir interviewed artist Marysia Lewandowska about Women's Audio Archive.
Béla Tarr is a director who divides the field. He makes slow, stark films about lives in which little happens.
On Sunday 9 December the ICA Cinema will hold a screening of James Franco's My Own Private River - the first time the film has been publicly exhibited in the UK.
Hannah Sawtell's exhibition Osculator is currently on display from 9 October to 18 November. She was recently interviewed by Mousse Magazine about the sources of her work, which we've republished here.