The ICA interviewed Peter Dunn and Lorainne Leeson about their work and inspiration.
Founded in 1946, the ICA is a membership institute that promotes and encourages an understanding of radical art and culture.
Theorist and media activist Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi presents a lecture addressing ‘the age of impotence’, with a response and audience Q&A led by Susan Kelly.
Applications for STOP PLAY RECORD 2017-18 are now open.
A live satellite Q&A with Edward Snowden.
The curator of the ICA's 1968 exhibition discusses the organisation and lasting importance of the first presentation of Japanese experimental art in Europe.
and Jasia Reichardt
Artist Uri Aran in conversation with curator Alessandro Rabottini, discussing his practice on the occasion of his new solo show 'Two Things About Suffering'.
A symposium celebrating the life and work of poet, art critic, filmmaker and MoMA curator Frank O'Hara on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Charles Jencks delivers a lecture on Adhocism, his 1972 manifesto for a generation that took pleasure in doing things ad hoc.
The closing event of the second Refugee Tales walk, where poets and novelists retold the stories of individuals who have direct experience of Britain’s policy of indefinite immigration detention.
A panel discussion exploring the legacy of pioneering Italian typewriter manufacturer Olivetti.
A panel discussion exploring the life of the influential Dutch artist.
Artist niv Acosta in conversation with Louise O'Kelly for Culture Now.
Influential British stylist and accessories designer Judy Blame discusses his life and career with ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir as part of the...
and Gregor Muir