Sandy Nairne and Alison Jacques in conversation ahead of a screening of Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures.
and Alison Jacques
French-Algerian artist Katia Kameli discusses her first solo exhibition at The Mosaic Rooms, 'What Language Do You Speak Stranger?'.
A night of films and talks with some of Topsafe TV's favourite young filmmakers in London. All the directors work independently in London, developing...
In light of the ICA reading room exhibition Radical Disco: Architecture and Nightlife in Italy, 1965 – 1975, this talk explores the relationship between architecture, design and nightlife.
Artist Dick Jewell is in conversation with curator David Campany, marking the launch of his new publication four thousand threads (2015).
This event marks the publication of the anthology Twenty Years of MAKE Magazine: Back to the Future of Women's Art edited by Maria Walsh and Mo Throp (I.B. Tauris: 2015), which is launched at the end of the day.
Chicago-based artist Zachary Cahill discusses his work and presents in response to the question: Artists, what is your use value?
Plague of Diagrams is an exhibition and a programme of performances, talks and discussions concerning the relationships between diagrammatic practices and thought in different disciplines.
Joshua Oppenheimer gives an introduction to his powerful piece, The Look of Silence.
Santiago Cirugeda (featured in ‘Guerrilla Architect’, the first episode of the Rebel Architecture series) presents, followed by a discussion with...
Post-punk/hip hop duo Sleaford Mods discuss their work with Derek Walmsley
A Q&A with Melvyn Bragg and ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir discussing the life and times of Francis Bacon
Recent acts of republication are the starting point for this symposium, which brings together artists, writers, curators and publishers. Contributors...
This was taken from the Misogyny: Witches and Wicked Bodies event Wednesday 18 March. Discussing the exhibition by Deanna Petherbridge
A pioneer of Polaroid photography and one of the central figures of European performance art since the 1970s, Ulay (Uwe Frank Lausiepen) discusses his practice with Catherine Wood, Curator of Contemporary Art and Performance at Tate Modern.