Previously at the ICA - Seasons

Nought to Sixty

5 May 20082 Nov 2008

Nought to Sixty presents sixty projects by emerging artists based in Britain and Ireland over six months from 5 May to 2 November 2008.

Most of the artists in Nought to Sixty are under thirty-five, few of them have had significant commercial exposure, and in most cases this is their first opportunity to mount a solo project in a major public space.

The season is not intended to announce any new generation or style, but to build up a multifaceted portrait of the emerging art scene in the two countries, and to provide a space for exchange.

The Nought to Sixty programme consists of:

  • Week-long exhibitions in the ICA's Upper Galleries.
  • Performances, screenings and talks in the ICA's other spaces.
  • Other projects off-site

Events happen at the ICA every Monday night:

  • Special exhibition viewings every Monday from 7 to 10pm.
  • Performances, screenings and talks on Mondays at 8pm.
  • All Monday night events are free.

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