Francesca Laura Cavallo reflects on the first 25 weeks of fig-2, exploring how its strength lies in its unpredictability.
The ICA Bookshop has handpicked this great selection of titles related to Isa Genzken: Basic Research Paintings.
We explore the radical posters of See Red Women's Workhsop, challenging negative images of women in the media and highlighting their oppression.
How is the experience of filming perpetrators of a genocide? We round up our Q&As with Joshua Oppenheimer and reflect on his films.
Find out which books were flying off the shelves at the ICA Bookshop in June.
Will Guy examines the motivations behind an experimental interview format in Sebastião Salgado biopic The Salt of the Earth.
To coincide with the launch of our new exhibition Eloise Hawser: Lives on Wire, the ICA Bookshop has put together this fascinating reading list.
Rose Gibbs explores the history of women’s collectives and their continuing importance in an increasingly globalised world.
The ICA’s Researcher in Residence Will Dutta explores the background to the founding of Kiss FM and the radio station's journey to becoming legal.
Steven Cairns and Rosalie Doubal reflect on our recent three-day event, Fear of Missing Out.