Institute of Contemporary Art

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The artist and poet invites us into her world of rage, vulnerability and humour at ICA, London

BY Ella Slater | 04 JUL 22

As several galleries celebrate birthdays, Hettie Judah speaks to Barbican Stories and directors of BALTIC, ICA, Midlands Art Centre and Yorkshire Sculpture Park about founding principles and future plans

BY Hettie Judah | 31 MAY 22

From a groundbreaking group exhibition of Black ceramicists to Rachel Jones’s suite of colourful, new paintings

BY frieze | 11 MAR 22

As ‘Decriminalised Futures’ opens at London’s ICA, members of Babeworld draw on their own experiences to examine the parallels and ethics of organisations working with artist/sex workers

BY Babeworld | 24 FEB 22

What role did the institution play in photography’s ascent?

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 21

With the industry having been continuously overlooked by the UK government’s COVID-19 response, frieze charts a disastrous year for nightlife

BY Sean Burns | 08 DEC 20

Derica Shields on how the 1661 Barbados Slave act shaped policing in contemporary Britain

BY Derica Shields | 17 SEP 20

Next year will be crushingly difficult for all aspects of cinema. Some theatres have a plan

BY Chris Sharratt | 13 MAY 20

‘Out of Body’ – Self’s new solo show at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston – rumbles with piqued, defiant portent

BY Lake Micah | 10 MAR 20

In the artist’s solo show at ICA Philadelphia, industrial materials convey a sense of quiet discontent

BY Kari Rittenbach | 30 JAN 20

In the run-up to the Kathy Acker exhibition at ICA, London, a look back at a significant recent show and symposium examining her relationship to the visual arts

BY Isabel Mehl | 23 APR 19

‘You invite us to forge a ‘we’ with you and your images, to empathize, nodding snorts of identification brimming with tears’

BY Mimi Chu | 18 DEC 18

‘The biggest hurdle we had to overcome was psychological: the belief that there never had been, and never could be, great women artists’

BY Mary Kelly | 02 OCT 18

From a drone strike in Pakistan to reconstructing Syrian torture cells, a survey of the Eyal Weizman-led 'counter-forensics' agency at London's ICA

BY En Liang Khong | 26 MAR 18

Colonialism and contemporary Australia in the paintings of Helen Johnson

BY Jennifer Higgie | 24 DEC 16

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, USA

BY Debra Lennard | 06 SEP 16

‘The photographer was born in Jamaica in 1960 and grew up in Dalston, east London; he was given a Leica camera and taught darkroom techniques by a patron of his local church’

BY Brian Dillon | 11 APR 16

Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, USA

BY Katie Kitamura | 01 JUN 10

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, USA

BY Ara H. Merjian | 12 MAR 09