The ICA was founded by a group of radical artists and writers in the 1940s as a space for experimental and challenging arts practice.
We are uniquely positioned on The Mall in central London in a Regency period building designed by John Nash. Since moving to its present location in 1968, the ICA has become the home of the British avant-garde and continues to foreground interdisciplinary art practice.
Entry to galleries and bar events before 11pm is free.
Mishka HennerIn Conversation: Julian Stallabrass and Mignon Nixon on DocumentaryMy Favourite PhotoTalk: Kippenberger: The Artist and his FamiliesChris KillipCharles AveryCreative Group Illustrated print talksFrom the Local to the Global
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