A Journey through London subculture: 1980s to Now

 
 

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A Journey through London subculture: 1980s to NowThe ICA has extended the run of its highly successful off-site project A Journey through London subculture: 1980s to Now, which the institute says inhabits an artistic space outside that of commercial galleries and museums. The project, which will remain open until 3 November 2013, occupies the vast first floor of The Old Selfridges Hotel and has already been visited by more than 13,000 people.

Focusing on the 'subcultural actors of tomorrow', the futuristic tour transports visitors to a floor of the luxurious Selfridges hotel in 2040. Here, visitors explore a re-staging of an ICA exhibition from 2013 and are taken on a surreal tour that explores the last 30 years of London subculture.

It deploys over 50 vitrines, alongside video works, installations and billboard-sized images to bring together a wide range of multi-disciplinary practices including art, fashion, graphics, craft and design, highlighting the idea that distinct and differing art forms can exist in the same space at the same time.

Ultimately, it seeks to make connections between London's creative past and the present, asking, for example, whether early YBA are an extension of the 80s DIY culture; or whether theres a connection from Gilbert & George through the artist David Robilliard to Trojan and Leigh Bowery and from there to Alexander McQueen.

"Taking examples from art, fashion, design, architecture and dance, as well as nightclubs, restaurants and bars, we ultimately aim to illustrate a lineage of artistic endeavour that more often than not falls outside the preserve of commercial galleries and museums," says Gegor Muir, the institutes executive director," The ICAs concern being to develop the space between the two."

 

About Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

The Institute of Contemporary Arts boasts three galleries (with exhibitions changing approximately every six weeks), two cinemas, a theatre, restaurant, bookshop, late bar and cafe. The ICA also plays host to series of lectures, events, late night art and music parties. Housed in elegant Regency premises on the Mall, the ICA is a great place to start if you're looking for the very cutting edge of gallery art work. More about Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

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Discussing Beware Wet PaintDiscussing Beware Wet PaintDiscussion about painting with Gregor Muir and artists.24th September 2014Wednesday 24th September 2014 Where:
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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Discussing Beware Wet Paint
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings
DATES  Wednesday 24th September 2014 - 6.30pm
VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
Discussion about painting with Gregor Muir and artists.
Neil Beloufa: Counting on PeopleNeil Beloufa: Counting on PeopleA selection of the artist's latest works on film are shown alongside recent sculptural works across the Lower Gallery and Theatre. These explore the representation of digital information systems and the often conflicting desires for openly available information within mass media. They are exhibited in specifically designed architectural installatio24th September 2014Sunday 16th November 2014 Where:
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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Neil Beloufa: Counting on People
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Modern and Contemporary Art
DATES  24th September to 16th November 2014
VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
A selection of the artist's latest works on film are shown alongside recent sculptural works across the Lower Gallery and Theatre. These explore the representation of digital information systems and the often conflicting desires for openly available information within mass media. They are exhibited in specifically designed architectural installatio
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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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Beware Wet Paint
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
A group show of individual paintings by artists for whom painting forms a single strand within a multidisciplinary practice. The exhibition features Korakrit Arunanondchai, Isabelle Cornaro, Jeff Elrod, Nikolas Gambaroff, Parker Ito, David Ostrowski, Pamela Rosenkranz, Ned Vena and Christopher Wool.
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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
Talk with the French-Algerian artist Neil Beloufa.
The Stuff Of Dreams: Shakespeare On The Screen: As You Like It Discussed With Margot Waddell (psychoThe Stuff Of Dreams: Shakespeare On The Screen: As You Like It Discussed With Margot Waddell (psycho28th September 2014Thursday 2nd October 2014 Where:
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
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Studio Sessions: Love ObjectsStudio Sessions: Love Objects1st October 2014Wednesday 1st October 2014 Where:
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
Gallery Tour: Gregor MuirGallery Tour: Gregor MuirLearn about the Beware Wet Paint exhibition.2nd October 2014Thursday 2nd October 2014 Where:
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
Learn about the Beware Wet Paint exhibition.
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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings
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VENUE  Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) 
Chaired by writer, editor and curator Basia Lewandowska Cummings.
Yoi Kawakubo: Art After Fukushima And Tohoku: TalkYoi Kawakubo: Art After Fukushima And Tohoku: TalkPublic talk.8th October 2014Wednesday 8th October 2014 Where:
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12  Carlton House Terrace  The Mall    SW1Y 5AH
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