Art, music, dance, and parties outside, all summer long.
Photo by Caitlin Cunningham
Artful ways to spend your days: art, events, and fun for you, your family, and friends all around Boston.
Pam Tanowitz and Simone Dinnerstein
Photo by Josée Pedneault
We sat down to talk about the digitalizing of photography, high heels, flying fish, looking with two eyes, air plants, and the journeys we’ve all made to get where we are today.
Photo by Allana Taranto.
“Meredith Monk is a legend.”
Photo by Natasha Moustache
Planning to see more art in 2017? Make new friends? Expand your horizons? Boost your creativity? We’ve got you covered. Check those resolutions off your list at the ICA!
Bundle up for a seasonal stroll through the burgeoning Boston seaport.
Photo by Kris Wilton
There’s something for everyone this vacation week at the ICA: three celebrated exhibitions, a bunch of fun, creative + FREE activities, wintry waterfront views, and many more reasons to spend the holidays with us!
Photo by Iwan Baan.
“I want to do my part, humble as that part might be!”
Rachel Harrison, Voyage of the Beagle (detail), 2007. Pigmented inkjet prints. Fifty-seven parts, each 18 7/16 x 13 3/8 x 1 3/16 inches (46.8 x 34 x 3 cm). Edition of 6, +2 APs. Courtesy the artist and Greene Naftali, New York. Photo by John Kennard. © Rachel Harrison
Doris Salcedo, Atrabiliarios, 1996. Drywall, shoes, cow bladder, and surgical thread, 47 x 83 1/16 inches (119.4 x 211 cm). Gift of Barbara Lee, The Barbara Lee Collection of Art by Women. Courtesy Alexander & Bonin. © Doris Salcedo
Works that have especially moved (or impressed or confused or startled or surprised) us
Photo by Paula Court
From interpreting classical Greek plays to choreographing for David Bowie and David Byrne, iconoclast Annie-B Parson creates work like none other.
Bryony Roberts at Pinkcomma
ICA staff share their recommendations for the best art, music, talks, film, participatory art projects, and pancakes to check out this fall.
Faye Driscoll, Thank You For Coming: Play. Photo by Maria Baranova.
David Henry, the ICA’s Bill T. Jones Director of Performing Arts, shares his picks for the best dance in Boston and beyond this fall.