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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.
ISA GENZKEN : BASIC RESEARCH PAINTINGS
Jul 1 - Sep 6, 2015
Isa Genzken is one of the most important and influential artists of the last forty years. Increasingly ambitious displays of the artist’s work have tended toward a focus on large-scale sculptures, installations and impressive wall mounted panel works. Lesser known are her paintings.
The Basic Research paintings are compelling in that they invite scrutiny from the micro to macro, revealing themselves as close-up impressions of urban architecture, to aerial views of alien landscapes.
ELOISE HAWSER : LIVES ON WIRE
Jul 1 - Sep 6, 2015
The ICA, London, is pleased to present the first UK solo institutional exhibition, Lives on Wire, by British artist Eloise Hawser. Hawser's work reconfigures and repurposes commonplace materials applied in industrial processes to create sculptures and installations that subtly demonstrate the inherent mutability of everyday objects.
EVERYTHING IS ARCHITECTURE : BAU MAGAZINE FROM THE 60S AND 70S
Jul 29 - Sep 27, 2015
The ICA is delighted to present the first significant presentation in the UK of the influential Vienna-based architectural magazine Bau: Magazine for Architecture and Urban Planning, published by the Central Association of Austrian Architects. The seminal architect Peter Cook, founder of experimental group Archigram and former ICA Director will discuss the period around the exhibition on 19 June 2015.