All Artwork

Sound Absorber

Zhang Ding

ICA

Outing

Prem Sahib

ICA

The things we do for love (so proud so alone)

Parker Ito

ICA

Untitled

Gabriel Kuri

ICA

Crash Helmet (Green and Black)

Paul Simonon

ICA

Induction Base

Dor Guez

ICA

Justus Blue

Viviane Sassen

ICA

Mimeogasm (logo)

Thurston Moore & Eva Prinz

ICA

Untitled (from Crimea/Kids series)

Gosha Rubchinskiy

ICA

Mixed Feelings

Isabelle Cornaro

ICA

Ducati

Cory Arcangel

ICA

No12

Christian Flamm

ICA

About ICA

The ICA supports radical art and culture. Through a vibrant programme of exhibitions, films, events, talks and debates, the ICA challenges perceived notions and stimulates debate, experimentation, creativity and exchange with visitors. Founded in 1946 by a group of artists including Roland Penrose, Peter Watson and Herbert Read, the ICA continues to support living artists in showing and exploring their work, often as it emerges and before others. The ICA has been at the forefront of cultural experimentation since its formation and has presented important debut solo shows by artists including Damien Hirst, Steve McQueen, Richard Prince and Luc Tuymans. More recently Pablo Bronstein, Lis Rhodes, Bjarne Melgaard and Juergen Teller have all staged key solo exhibitions, whilst a new generation of artists, including Luke Fowler, Lucky PDF, Hannah Sawtell and Factory Floor have taken part in exhibitions and residencies. The ICA was one of the first venues to present The Clash and The Smiths, as well as bands such as Throbbing Gristle. The inaugural ICA / LUX Biennial of Moving Images was launched in 2012, and the ICA Cinema continues to screen rare artists' film, support independent releases and partner with leading film festivals. The Institute of Contemporary Arts is a registered charity, number: 236848, and a company limited by guarantee, registration number: 00444351. ICA Enterprises Limited is a company limited by shares, number: 01461527.