ICA Off-Site: Digbeth, Birmingham references recent trends in contemporary urban sub-cultures and features a temporary exhibition and music programme that draws on Birmingham’s mix of industrial and post-war brutalist architecture, celebrating the city as a centre for creativity and a source of inspiration.
For his first institutional solo exhibition in London, Prem Sahib will present new and recent work. A palpable sense of the body and human touch permeates throughout Sahib’s works, which comprise sculpture, paintings, works on paper and performance.
In association with NTS Radio, Chinese artist Zhang Ding transforms the ICA Theatre into a 'mutating sound sculpture' with mirrored surfaces and suspended sound panels creating the backdrop for a series of daily musical performances.
The ICA is partnering with Frieze Art Fair and K11 Art Foundation to host London’s first official Frieze ICA Bar, where each night special guests present an evening of music and DJs in collaboration with NTS Radio.