THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON

 

Fotene Demoulas Gallery

The 2015 James and Audrey Foster Prize

April 21 – Aug. 9, 2015

Performance, public art projects, and artist-run galleries are enjoying a resurgence in Boston. To give these movements space, exposure, and support, the ICA is—for the first time—devoting this year’s James and Audrey Foster Prize, a biennial exhibition recognizing artists of exceptional promise from Greater Boston, to performance and collaborative modes of art-making


 


 



 

 

ALSO ON VIEW

Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser Gallery
MELEKO MOKGOSI: DEMOCRATIC INTUITION
April 21 Aug. 9, 2015
Meleko Mokgosi's multi-panel paintings bring a postcolonial analysis to the established histories of both Southern Africa and painting itself.
West Gallery
WHEN THE STARS BEGIN TO FALL: Imagination and the American South
Feb. 4 – May 10, 2015
This riveting exhibition features 35 artist who share an interest in the American South as both a real and fabled place, positioning such leading artists as Kara Walker and Kerry James Marshall alongside self-taught artists.
West Gallery
SONIC ARBORETUM: Sculpture by Ian Schneller/
Sound by Andrew Bird 

Feb. 4 – May 10, 2015

A field of colorful horn speakers by Schneller projects a new composition created by Bird for the ICA.
Kim and Jim Pallotta Gallery
ICA COLLECTION:
IN CONTEXT

Ongoing
Works featured in this exhibition explore social and political issues as well as the transformation of genres such as landscape, and the expansion of the medium to encompass drawing, photography, sculpture, and video.
Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall
MATTHEW RITCHIE: REMANENCE
Through June 2015
In Remanence, painting escapes its traditional confines both dimensionally—by extending across the art wall to the adjacent bay of windows—as well as materially—through the inclusion of sound.
 
 

 

 

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