22 April - 21 June
A group exhibition, exploring the ways in which mass digital culture informs how identity is constructed, performed and challenged.
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.
10 April - 29 May
KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to the capital for an extended bumper 13th edition. On offer is an exciting mix of film, music and visual arts with an outstanding selection of screenings.
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.
The story of a man’s desperate search for his daughter in 19th century Patagonia.
Vítor Gonçalves and the Political Power of Portuguese Cinema
Simon Ward reflects on Portuguese cinema and the first film in twenty-five years by one of Portugal's most influential directors.
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