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Founded in 1936, The Institute of Contemporary Art is the oldest non-collecting contemporary arts institution in the United States. Through a comprehensive schedule of exhibits of local, national and international significance, and educational outreach, film series and gallery talks, the museum provides the public access to contemporary art, artists, and the creative process. The Museum strives to share the pleasures of reflection, inspiration, provocation, and imagination that contemporary art offers by providing public access to art.
The ICA's onsite bookstore offers a distinctive range of exhibition catalogs, art criticism, monographs and periodicals as well as a selection of fine objects made by local and international artists and artisans.
Working across media, with a focus on material and the analogue, Brooklyn artist Erin Shirreff (b. 1975, Kelowna, British Colum... View details
In the nine years since the ICA opened on the waterfront, curators have invited a series of leading contemporary artists to propose and realize ... View details
FREE for all every Thursday from 5 to 9 pm during ICA Free Thursday Nights The ICA aims to present the most significant national and international ... View details
A small, experimental liberal arts college founded in 1933, Black Mountain College (BMC) has exerted enormous influence on the postwar cultural ... View details
Over the past three decades, Lebanese-born Palestinian artist Mona Hatoum (b. 1952, Beirut) has explored the fine line between the familiar and the... View details