Can the revolutionary potential of 1980s pirate radio be rediscovered in a digital age? Elizabeth Johnson explores this question.
Stephen Hebditch on the pirate radio tracks that revolutionised music in the 1980s.
Will Dutta explores the histories of migration that shaped the sounds of the 1980s.
Writer, curator and critic Chris Fite-Wassilak reflects on the first twelve weeks of fig-2 for the ICA Bulletin.
Adrian Clark on Francis Bacon's first ICA show, the significance of his relationship to Peter Watson and his escapades in Monte Carlo.
We spoke to Catherine Marcangeli, curator of First Happenings: Adrian Henri in the ‘60s and ‘70s
Fatoş Üstek, curator of fig-2 , reflects on the genesis of the project
Our programming highlights for next year, in which we put a special focus on complex histories and identity in the age of mass digital culture.
Jane Scarth of the ICA Student Forum has a helpful summary of the most recent TEXT2SPEECH event for the ICA Blog.
Deepen your understanding and appreciation of Neïl Beloufa's first UK solo show with this handpicked reading list from the ICA Bookshop.
In advance of the exhibition Tove Jansson: Tales From the Archipelago, we take a look at the island life of this beloved author.
The ICA Bookshop has brought together a disparate and fascinating range of books to accompany the exhibition.
Chloë Ashby examines the art and legacy of this important artist.
The ever-helpful ICA Bookshop has put together a brand new reading list to accompany the latest exhibition in the Lower Gallery.
In February 2014 the ICA and Afterall presented a symposium on Richard Hamilton's pioneering an Exhibit (1957).