The ICA is devoting this year’s biennial James and Audrey Foster Prize, to performance and collaborative modes of art-making.
Meleko Mokgosi's multi-panel paintings bring a postcolonial analysis to the established histories of both Southern Africa and painting itself.
Featuring 35 artists who share an interest in the American South, this exhibition explores the relationship between contemporary art, black life, and “outsider” art.
It's comedy night at the ICA! We promise to keep you rolling in the aisles with live performance by Boston's hilarious Improv Asylum!
National Book Award Winner Claudia Rankine joins Jill Medvedow, to discuss Rankine’s thoughtful, provocative and timely reflections.
Psychedelic Cinema returns to the ICA! An amazing document from the swinging 60's, by filmmaker Ken Brown featuring a mesmerizing montage of images. The film will be accompanied live by The Psychedelic Cinema Orchestra.
April 28, 2015
Tuesday , 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Weekly radio shows broadcast from the ICA galleries and streamed on the internet via WFMU.
Performance Special Events
April 28, 2015
Tuesday , 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Unity with Malverde.
Courses Gallery Talks Talking Taste Talks & Courses
April 30, 2015
Thursday , 07:00 PM
Claudia Rankine joins Jill Medvedow to discuss Rankine’s thoughtful, provocative and timely reflections on race in America, as described in her 2014 book Citizen: An American Lyric.
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