David Faulds spoke to author Max Porter about Ted Hughes, grief and writing his first book.
Director Eric Baudelaire told us about his film Letters to Max, his interest in 'non-places' and his friendship with the eponymous Max.
Can London remain a centre for creativity? Ahead of the launch of new book London Burning, we preview some fantastic images of a city in flux.
The Dutch artist talks about solving problems, his Kickstarter campaign, and reality.
The ICA is proud to support the release of A Window to the World, a new film responding to the threats posed to arts education.
Laura Mulvey discusses how the film industry has changed and the multiple ways in which women's cinema might be concieved of and created.
Forget trashy thrillers and cringeworthy romances, this summer our customers have been reading about sex, terrorism, multiculturalism, corruption and much more.
An extract from Juliet Jacques' Trans, a moving memoir and insightful examination of transgender politics.
A sporadic history of artists' self-publishing at the ICA
We caught up with Juliette Desorgues to hear more about Austrian magazine Bau and how its radical ideas remain relevant today.