THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON
 
 
Music
WAVELENGTHS: MARTHA WAINWRIGHT
Friday, July 10 | 6:30 PM
From following in the footsteps of her acclaimed musical parents to launching her career singing backup for older brother Rufus, folk seems to be singer/songwriter Martha Wainwright’s birthright. Self-deprecating, sometimes brash lyrics pair with melodic intensity to create, as Pitchfork pronounces, a “startling wealth of shiver-inducing moments.”
Zs, named “one of the strongest avant-garde bands in New York” by the New York Times, combine disparate elements: progressive jazz, minimalism, no wave, musical abstraction, prog rock, lengthy repetition, and unpredictability.    

ALSO COMING TO THE ICA

HARBORWALK SOUNDS
July 9 – August 27
With stand-out talent from Boston's Berklee School of Music, and set against gorgeous harbor views on the ICA’s Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld Harborway with the ocean breeze at sunset, the free outdoor concert series is a perfect way to spend a summer evening.    
EZRA SHALES ON ARLENE SHECHET: ALL AT ONCE
Thursday, July 16 | 2 PM
Ezra Shales is Associate Professor of Design History at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and an active participant in national discussions on ceramics. He speaks to Shechet’s recent and older work in this engaging discussion with ICA visitors.   
BALAGAN FILM SCREENING
Sat, July 11 | 12 PM – 2 PM
The ICA is pleased to present – along with Ricardo De Lima and Balagan – a program of two expanded cinema performances that challenge the perception of film as a static and unchanging medium or mere document of past artistic efforts.   
 

 

 

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