Culture Now: Mark Boulos
Artist Mark Boulos is joined in conversation with Time Out's Ossian Ward for this Culture Now talk.
Mark discusses his solo exhibition at the Lisson Gallery 'No Permanent Address'. He spent eight weeks living in the Philippine jungle with two guerilla squads of the New People's Army (NPA), a Communist insurgency which is currently designated as a terrorist organisation. The resulting work ruminates on the persistence of Communism beyond its supposed death, focussing on the powerful personal narratives of the soldiers.
Frank Benson at the ICA
Artist Frank Benson introduces his work 'Flag (Union Jack)', 2013, installed on the roof of the ICA's Regency building on the Mall in London.
Culture Now Stephen Poliakoff
Writer and director Stephen Poliakoff is in conversation with Geoffrey Colman, discussing his career and his recent BBC television series 'Dancing on the Edge'.
Juergen Teller and Bice Curiger
Photographer Juergen Teller and curator Bice Curiger talk to ICA Director Gregor Muir about Juergen's current show 'Woo!' at the ICA in London.
Nils Bech on 'Look Inside' at the ICA
Nils Bech on his upcoming performance 'Look Inside' at the ICA, Thursday 28 February 2013 - http://www.ica.org.uk/36177/Live/Nils-Bech-Look-Inside.html
Culture Now: Antony Gormley
Antony Gormley in conversation with Professor John Hutnyk and Hugh Brody on the subject of Gormley's Fourth Plinth commission - 'One & Other' in 2009.
Sir Norman Rosenthal on Art and Money - from The Will Gompertz Fringe
Curator Sir Norman Rosenthal directed many ground-breaking, blockbuster shows during his 31 years as the Royal Academy Exhibition's Secretary. For The Will Gompertz Fringe event 'MONEY' at the ICA on 15 February 2013, Sir Norman shares a story about curating a show at the ICA in 1974 for German Artist Joseph Beuys.
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Quickfire: The End of the Art World...?
Chaired by Gregor Muir, this Quickfire talk addresses the profound sea change presently gripping the art world. Muir is accompanied by a panel including Georgina Adam (Art Correspondent, Financial Times/Editor at Large, The Art Newspaper), JJ Charlesworth (ArtReview, Associate Editor), Danielle Horn (Director, Nettie Horn Gallery) and James Mayor (Mayor Gallery).
Fourth Plinth - Lottie Child
Performance artist Lottie Child conducted an outdoor 'tour' as part of Fourth Plinth: Contemporary Monument, in which attendees produce a public artwork through the collective exploration of the physical and cultural terrain of streets, buildings and monuments surrounding the ICA.
The Will Gompertz Fringe Preview
The Will Gompertz Fringe - http://www.ica.org.uk/36114/Live/The-Will-Gompertz-Fringe.html
Friday 1 February - ICONS
Friday 8 February - COLOUR
Friday 15 February - MONEY
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2012: Sam Taylor
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2012:
Participant artist Sam Taylor talks to Turner-prize nominated artist Roger Hiorns about his work in the exhibition.