James King on the life and work of a quiet rebel.
Desmond Morris on his controversial ICA exhibition Paintings by Chimpanzees.
Gregor Muir tells us about his memories of the ICA, what makes it unique and how he sees its future.
How, why and when you need to vote in the EU referendum.
A new blog series exploring the world of art fairs.
Kieron Corless explores the subversive, indeterminate nature of the essay film.
ICA Head of Programme Katharine Stout speaks Betty Woodman about her innovative work and changes in perceptions of ceramics.
Check out the highlights of our programme for 2016, our 70th anniversary year.
We caught up with BNC artists Kevin James Boyd and Mandy Niewöhner to hear about what inspires them and the challenges facing emerging artists today.
We look back at 2015 - an exciting year at the ICA.
Which of our books should be crowned Book of the Year 2015? Vote now for your favourite!
Frieze Week 2015 is busier than ever here at the ICA. Ahead of all the action, ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir talks you through the programme highlights.
The Dutch artist talks about solving problems, his Kickstarter campaign, and reality.
The ICA is proud to support the release of A Window to the World, a film responding to the threats posed to arts education.
A round-up of the opening night of Onwards and Outwards, featuring a screening of The Alcohol Years and a Q&A with director Carol Morley.