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IN NUMBERS : SERIAL PUBLICATIONS BY ARTISTS SINCE 1955
Jan 25 - Mar 25, 2012
In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955 is a survey exhibition of the often-overlooked genre of serial publications produced by artists around the world from 1955 to the present day. From the rise of the small press in the 1960s, followed by the correspondence art movement, where artists exchanged art by post, to the DIY zine culture in the 1980s and early 1990s, professional artists have always seized on the format of magazines and postcards as a site for a new kind of art production.

OLIVETTI : BEYOND FORM AND FUNCTION
May 25 - Jul 17, 2016
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JUDY BLAME : NEVER AGAIN
Jun 29 - Sep 4, 2016
The ICA is pleased to present the first major solo exhibition by accessories designer, art director and fashion stylist Judy Blame. Throughout his career and still today Blame has maintained his artistic underpinning of making jewellery from found and re-purposed objects which continue to inspire alongside his prolific contributions via social media, revealing his idiosyncratic and resourceful approach to life through images and objects.
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ARTISTIC DIFFERENCES
Jun 29 - Sep 4, 2016
A group show bringing together artists and designers that have been directly linked to Judy Blame throughout his career.
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WORKSHOP: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WITH YEMISI BLAKE
Jul 01, 2016 2:00pm talk/event
Yemisi Blake leads a workshop for 16-19 year olds on how to bring a professional edge to your photography.
Free, booking required.
 
Book online: www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/workshop-street-photography-yemisi-blake

WORKSHOP: THE POETICS OF GRIME WITH KAYO CHINGONYI
Jul 06, 2016 2:00pm talk/event
Join this spoken word workshop inspired by Grime. ICA Associate Poet Kayo Chingonyi returns to share his unique literary approach to performing and writing Grime lyrics. Designed for those under 25, this workshop shows you how to bring your thoughts, ideas and experiences to life with tips on how to improve your writing, and exercises that improve your delivery of spoken word.

ARCHITECTURE AND INDUSTRY: FROM OLIVETTI TO TODAY
Jul 06, 2016 6:30pm talk/event
This panel discussion coincides with the ICA Reading Room display Olivetti: Beyond Form and Function (2015) and explores the legacy of pioneering Italian typewriter manufacturer Olivetti. Speakers include Fabrizio Ballabio and Tommaso Franzolini.
10 / 8 Concessions / 7 ICA Members
 
Book online: www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/architecture-and-industry-olivetti-today
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ALASDAIR MCLELLAN & LEV TANJU : THE PALACE
Jul 8 - 24, 2016
Private view Fri Jul 8
Photographer Alasdair McLellan presents a collection of archive and unseen images of Palace Skateboards’ renowned team and its extended family in the London skate gang, the Palace Wayward Boys Choir (PWBC). This is accompanied by a new video installation from Palace Skateboard's founder, Lev Tanju.
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REFUGEE TALES
Jul 13, 2016 6:45pm talk/event
In June 2015 the Refugee Tales project walked in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detainees, from Dover to Crawley along the North Downs Way. This year, from 3 July to 8 July, Refugee Tales will walk again, starting in Canterbury, moving north to Gravesend and then along the Thames into central London.
 
The closing event of the walk takes place at the ICA of the evening of 8 July, and includes a presentation of the Refugee Tales collection, where writers and poets Ali Smith, Patience Agbabi and David Herd read from the collection, followed by a special performance by activist singer-songwriter Billy Bragg.
Book online: www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/refugee-tales

Click to enlargeDETROIT : TECHNO CITY
Jul 27 - Sep 25, 2016
Private view Wed Jul 27 6pm - 9pm
A studied look at the evolution and subsequent dispersion of Detroit Techno music. This term, coined in the 1980s, reflects the musical and social influences that informed early experiments in merging the sounds of synth-pop and disco with funk to create this distinct music genre. For the first time in the UK, this exhibition charts a timeline of Detroit Techno music from its 1970s origins, continuing through to the early 1990s.
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