James King on the life and work of a quiet rebel.
James King9 Aug 2016
Desmond Morris on his controversial ICA exhibition Paintings by Chimpanzees.
Melanie Coles4 Jul 2016
Desmond Morris on the double life of Roland Penrose and the surrealists.
Melanie Coles20 Jun 2016
Desmond Morris on of the early days of the ICA.
Melanie Coles15 Jun 2016
Gregor Muir tells us about his memories of the ICA, what makes it unique and how he sees its future.
Maya Caspari10 Jun 2016
Gabrielle Schwarz reflects on our Art Into Society exhibition and the fragmentary nature of the archive.
Gabrielle Schwarz22 Feb 2016
ICA Member Allan Titmuss shares exclusive photos of the Thin White Duke with the ICA Blog.
Allan Titmuss13 Jan 2016
To coincide with our symposium Mirage, 20 Years On, the ICA Bookshop has put together this engaging reading list.
Melanie Coles and Andree Latham29 Oct 2015
A sporadic history of artists' self-publishing at the ICA
ICA Bookshop11 Sep 2015
The ICA’s Researcher in Residence Will Dutta explores the background to the founding of Kiss FM and the radio station's journey to becoming legal.
Will Dutta22 Jun 2015
Will Dutta explores the histories of migration that shaped the sounds of the 1980s.
Will Dutta21 May 2015
Lucy Rose Bayley explores the significance of The Sons of Temperance and Shapes and Forms, the first example of the ICA on film.
Lucy Rose Bayley24 Apr 2015