A selection of highly-recommended holiday reads, all available in the ICA Bookshop.
Sexism holds women back in the film industry. We spoke to the founder of Girls in Film about how to tackle it.
and Gwendolin Barnard
Artist Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau talks digital screen practices, GIF-making and culture jamming.
Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau
Daniel Bird on Andrzej Żuławski: his surrealism, his dirsuption of arthouse conventions, his final film.
James King on the life and work of a quiet rebel.
Donna Peberdy on rivalry, comedy and the deconstruction of conventional masculinity in Chevalier.
How feminist speech-making and the voice can challenge oppressive structures.
Watch an experimental film by STOP PLAY RECORD filmmaker Jessica Bishopp and read about the inspiration behind it.
Mania Akbari on Abbas Kiarostami, Iran and the nomadic nature of the artist.
and Maya Caspari
A symposium celebrating the life and work of poet, art critic, filmmaker and MoMA curator Frank O'Hara on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Anu Henriques and Lina Abushouk on race, the importance of collectives and how re-imagining the future can reform the present.
and Lina Abushouk
Where does the internet end and the real world begin? Here's what to expect from the artists taking over the ICA Instagram account.
and Natasha Trotman
MA in the Contemporary student Ellie Martin reflects on life in Paris.
Charles Jencks delivers a lecture on Adhocism, his 1972 manifesto for a generation that took pleasure in doing things ad hoc.
The closing event of the second Refugee Tales walk, where poets and novelists retold the stories of individuals who have direct experience of Britain’s policy of indefinite immigration detention.