Previously at the ICA - Seasons
2 Jun 2007 – 24 Jun 2007
ICA Inspire curatorial fellow Jen Wu gives her own perspectives on the Memorial to the Iraq War exhibition.
The artist/historiographer/ archivist/travel writer creates an unorthodox tour of the monuments in the area around the ICA.
An unsettling analysis of how vital information was kept from the public through control of movie newsreels in the 1930s.
Nav Haq, London-based curator, leads a tour of the Memorial to the Iraq War exhibition.
In 1914, Canada turned away a ship carrying 376 Sikh immigrants - this multi-layered essay looks at the widely felt consequences of that refusal.
The grassroots of Venezuela speak openly and critically about their experiences during Chavez's 'Bolivarian revolution'.
Responses to Memorial to the Iraq War from political commentator Ahdaf Soueif and architect Eyal Weizman.
Chris Marker's great film documents Paris in the spring of 1962, with interviews and footage of strikes, demos and nightclubs.
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