22 April - 21 June
A group exhibition, exploring the ways in which mass digital culture informs how identity is constructed, performed and challenged.
29 April, 6.30pm
Presentations from artists and writers in response to the question: Artists, what is your collective value?
24 April - 3 May
A retrospective of the works of deeply influential Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, acclaimed for their radically minimal narratives and gripping social realism.
From 24 April
The award-winning final instalment in Roy Andersson's trilogy on what it means to be a human.
25 March - 17 May
The ICA is pleased to present “From her wooden sleep…”, a major new work by German-born Canadian artist-curator Ydessa Hendeles.
24 March – 17 May
An archival display of Francis Bacon’s first ever solo institutional exhibition in the UK, held at the ICA in 1955
From 17 April
Somewhere between the existential horror of Bergman and absurdist literary dread of Kafka, The Invisible Life tells the story of Hugo, a man in the grip of an unshakeable torpor.
From the Archive: Shapes and Forms
Lucy Rose Bayley explores the significance of The Sons of Temperance and Shapes and Forms, the first example of the ICA on film.
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