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  • £10 for annual membership

    Usually £40. Benefits include: 25% off limited ed. prints, £3 off all films, 10% off at the ICA Bar, 12 free member screenings a year, ICA Studio exclusive access. Please note, Membership can ONLY be bought at the ICA when you show your Time Out Card.

    This offer can be redeemed between noon and 11pm.

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  • Address:

    ICA The Mall
    London
    SW1Y 5AH

  • Venue phone:

    020 7930 3647

  • Venue website:

    www.ica.org.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Tue (Free), Wed, Fri-Sun 11am-6pm; Thu 11am-9pm. Bar: Tue-Sun 11am–11pm.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Charing Cross

  • Price:

    £1 day membership from Feb 12 2014

  • Map

    1. ICA
      • The Mall
        London
        SW1Y 5AH
      • 020 7930 3647
      • www.ica.org.uk
      • 51.506609,-0.130585

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David Robilliard: The Yes No Quality Of Dreams

Painting

  • Rating: 4/5

David Robilliard was a quintessential London artist – back when the city was less about big money and glitzy galleries and more about subcultures and underground creativity. If you haven’t come across his work, it’s partly because he died so prematurely...

David Robilliard: The Yes No Quality Of Dreams
  1. Thu Apr 24 – Sun Jun 15
  2. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  3. Tue free, Wed-Sun day m'ship £1
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Hito Steyerl

Art

  • Rating: 4/5

Hito Steyerl’s work is the art equivalent checking your inbox, only to find yourself three hours later watching a gif loop of a cat on a slide and wondering how the hell you got there. Some call this type of art, which swings between (old and new) media,...

Hito Steyerl
  1. Thu Apr 24 – Sun Apr 27
  2. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  3. £1 day membership
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Dangerous Acts Starring The Unstable Elements Of Belarus

Rating: 4/5

Protest documentaries on still-burning topics often risk seeming like public service announcements. Not this short, pointed and entirely engrossing doc from New York-based Madeleine Sackler, which views the injustices of Belarus’s dictatorship throug...

  • Thu May 1:

    • 16:00

An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker

Rating: 3/5

Bosnian writer-director Danis Tanovic’s 2001 war story ‘No Man’s Land’ was a keystone in the much-touted Eastern European new wave, but as that movement has faded from prominence, so has Tanovic. His latest, ‘An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker’...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 16:20
    • 20:55
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 20:55
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 20:55
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 18:40
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 18:40
  • Thu May 1:

    • 18:40

Exhibition

Rating: 4/5

The English director Joanna Hogg has a knack for making us squirm. Her new film, ‘Exhibition’, is an experimental at-home-with drama about two London artists, D (Viv Albertine) and H (Liam Gillick) who have lived together in a modernist house for 18...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 18:40
    • 20:45
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 18:40
    • 20:45
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 18:40
    • 20:45
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 16:00
    • 20:50
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 16:15
    • 20:50
  • Thu May 1:

    • 20:15

Looking For Light: Jane Bown

For 65 years, photographer Jane Bown has worked for the Observer, filling the pages of the newspaper with striking images of enigmatic subjects including The Queen, John Lennon, Orson Welles and screen siren Jayne Mansfield. Unlike many of her contem...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 16:30
    • 18:30
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 18:30
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 16:30
    • 18:30
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 16:30
    • 20:30
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 11:30
    • 20:30
  • Thu May 1:

    • 20:30

Reaching For The Moon

Rating: 3/5

Pessimist meets optimist and falls in love in this story inspired by the real-life longterm relationship between uptight, melancholic American poet Elizabeth Bishop (Aussie actress Miranda Otto) and thrusting can-do Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo...

  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 18:15

Tim's Vermeer

Rating: 3/5

Artists and historians have long puzzled over the uncanny paintings of Johannes Vermeer, wondering at their photographic quality. Convinced that there was a technological secret to the seventeenth-century Dutch painter’s technique, Texan non-artist a...

  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 18:30

Paperwork: A Brief History Of Artists' Scrapbooks

Books and poetry, Drawing and illustration

  • Free

An informal insight into the creative processes of artists and wordsmiths including Brigid Berlin, William S Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Jimmy De Sana, John Evans, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Isa Genzken, Al Hansen, Richard Hawkins and Geoffrey Hendricks.

  1. Thu Apr 24 – Sun May 11
  2. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  3. free
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Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe

Photography, Design, Painting, Sculpture, Crafts

The New York-based artist, known for her vibrantly coloured paintings, prints and photographic work that are inspired by mathematics and physics will present new sculptures for her first solo exhibition in the UK. Here, Auerbach translates the science...

Tauba Auerbach: The New Ambidextrous Universe
  1. Fri Apr 25 – Sun Jun 15
  2. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  3. Tue free, Wed-Sun day m'ship £1
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Yann Tiersen

Categories, Classical and opera, Pop and rock, French music

  • Critics' choice

Enormously talented Breton composer and multi-instrumentalist Tiersen is best known for his crisp piano balladry and woozy accordion waltzes, especially those written for the multi-million-selling 'Amelie' soundtrack. Live, though, Tiersen often favours...

Yann Tiersen
  1. Wed May 14
  2. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  3. £25
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Syirin Said

It's actually quite rare to find a place like the ICA in London. Fair play that London does have places that are quirky yet traditional but the ICA stands out by being exceptionally cool. Having a cinema is definitely an icing on the cake for someone like me who is always craving for a place I could 'escape' to that is cool, understated yet elegant.

Luke

Amazing institution with a great film programme - and now a super deal on membership!