Jane Scarth from the ICA Student Forum spoke to Anne Massey, art historian and co-curator of the current Fox Reading Room display The Independent Group: Parallel of Art and Life.
Here's a small selection from the ICA Bookshop to accompany our new exhibition Bernadette Corporation: 2000 Wasted Years.
Join us on Tuesday 26 March from 6pm until 9pm for the preview of our next exhibition, Bernadette Corporation: 2000 Wasted Years.
To celebrate the opening of Juergen Teller: Woo!, we've put together a list of recommended titles to add to your reading list.
Please join us on Tuesday 22 January from 7pm until 9pm for the preview of our next exhibition, Juergen Teller: Woo!
We've been busy interviewing the up-and-coming artists in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2012 exhibition lately, and asking them about their works in the exhibition as well as what motivates them.
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.
Coinciding with the opening of Trojan: Works on Paper, Gregor Muir is interviewed by fashion writer Charlie Porter.
AKA Peace is a new project curated by Jake Chapman in collaboration with non-profit organisation Peace One Day.
Helen Brown returns to the original source of inspiration for SOUNDWORKS contributors, Bruce Nauman's sound work Days. In this response she cuts up of YouTube videos.
Artist Mark Aerial Waller popped into the ICA recently to discuss his contribution to our online sound art project, SOUNDWORKS. He likens his piece to "the idea of approximating some previous technology..."
The online touring talks are a selection of works taken from SOUNDWORKS by a guest artist-narrator, and published here.
Cosey Fanni Tutti's contribution to our SOUNDWORKS project, Bioschismic is one of the more popular tracks.
Announced today, and running for two weeks only from 21 July - 4 August, the ICA takes over 1960s Shoreditch landmark The Great Eastern Street NCP Car Park with ART DRIVE: first time in the UK.
One hundred new sound works have been produced by artists from all over the world as part of our new exhibition SOUNDWORKS.