THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON


KYLE ABRAHAM / ABRAHAM.IN.MOTION
WHEN THE WOLVES CAME IN

Oct. 10 + 11 | 8 pm
Oct. 12 | 2 pm

At the ICA, Kyle Abraham and his New York–based company Abraham.In.Motion will present When the Wolves Came In, a new program of three pieces inspired by the 150th anniversary of the emancipation proclamation, civil rights movements in South Africa and the United States, and Max Roach’s 1960 jazz work We Insist! (Freedom Now Suite). Learn more. 

ALSO COMING TO THE ICA

TRAJAL HARRELL AND SARAH SZE'S THE UNTITLED STILL LIFE COLLECTION
Oct. 4 + 5 | 1 + 4 pm
Taking thread as an essential prop, the work, performed by Harrell and dancer Christina Vasileiou, is the latest in a series of cross-disciplinary collaborations to take place in the Barbara Lee Family Foundation Theater and galleries of the ICA.
WORDLESS!
ART SPIEGELMAN +
PHILLIP JOHNSTON

Oct. 26 | 3 + 8 pm
 In WORDLESS!—a genre-bending performance Art Spiegelman calls a “hybrid slide talk, standup routine, academic lecture, and full-scale concert by Philip Johnston”—he takes viewers on a punchy personal tour of wordless novels by early-20th-century masters Frans Masereel, Lynd Ward, and Milt Gross.

 

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