The Institute of Contemporary Arts was founded by a group of radical artists and writers in the 1940s as a space for experimental and challenging arts practice. The ICA is 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. The ICA holds galleries and exhibits, lectures, and music events throughout the year. Visit the website to see what they are holding presently.
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