Another handpicked spread of zines from the racks of the ICA Bookshop.
Thomas Girst's new book explores some unusual themes in the artist's life.
A peek into this exuberant and unsettling film, screening as part of the Chantal Akerman retrospective at the ICA.
In advance of the exhibition Tove Jansson: Tales From the Archipelago, we take a look at the island life of this beloved author.
A spotlight on some of the new arrivals in artist film DVDs at the ICA Bookshop.
The ICA Bookshop has brought together a disparate and fascinating range of books to accompany the exhibition.
The ICA Student Forum Reading Group looks at how the artist is conceived in our hypercapitalist society.
Steven Cairns speaks to the artist about video production, dubbing and parody.
Aga Baranowska reports on Ronald Neame’s The Million Pound Note (1954).
Revolutionary, confrontational, international: Nico Marzano explores this revolutionary approach to filmmaking.