A driven career woman is forced to bond with her prankster father in this distinctly offbeat comedy.
Explore the intense social and political changes of the 1980s through the lens of the ICA Video Library, featuring viewable selections from the catalogue of over 1000 tapes and displays on the Library's history and relevance today.
Australian artist Helen Johnson's solo exhibition Warm Ties weaves and overlays historical and contemporary signifiers creating points of tension and reflection through the medium of painting.
After an exclusive preview screening at the ICA, Barry Jenkin's film about an African-American gay man growing up in an intolerant USA shows from February 17.
Sonia Boyce presents a new body of work created especially for the ICA, involving a multi-media installation generated from the documentation of a live vocal and movement performance.
An expert panel discussion in partnership with Verso addressing the economic impact of Brexit.
Four MA Curating students use the idea of Photoshop as a tool through which to analyse the exhibition.
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