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Pam Posey is featured in a new group exhibition curated by ICI Friend, Conor Thompson. The exhibition titled SCREENINGS, opens Wednesday October 17th at the Laemmle NoHo 7 theater in North Hollywood, CA. Artist Reception 7-9 pm. View this post on … Continue reading
DESIRE, JOHNNY WAS VLADIMIR CYBIL CHARLIER An installation in the FiveMyles Plus/Space “Exploring the intimate scale of the Plus space, Vladimir Cybil Charlier’s site specific … Continue reading
Former VIR, Maya Gurantz, is currently featured in HOMEBODIES, AWAY TEAMS, a new group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City, initiated and curated by Earl Gravy. “Homebodies, Away Teams, organized by artist duo Earl Gravy, is a two-part … Continue reading
Martin Gantman and Pam Posey are featured in a new exhibition opening in Santa Monica, CA on March 17th. “Every (ongoing) Day is an exhibition about daily practices. It showcases durational projects – those undertaken by artists on a daily … Continue reading
Artist’s Reception Saturday October 21st 6-9pm ICI Associate, Melinda Smith Altshuler, will open up her studio to the public to showcase SEEING LIGHT, a small new series among other works, October 19-20, 2017 at Santa Monica Art Studios. Hours: Thursday October 19th 12-6pm; Friday October 20th … Continue reading
With Everything but the Monkey Head: Theorizing Art’s Untheorizable Practices Iteration VIII: Amy Kaczur (June 26 – July 1) Finissage: Saturday, July 1, 2017, 6 – 8 pm The Institute of Cultural Inquiry (ICI) is pleased to announce the launch of With Everything but the … Continue reading
ICI President, Deborah Cullen’s new exhibition, Uptown, has been featured in the New York Times Weekend Arts review. The full article is available here. Uptown runs June 2 – August 20, 2017 at The Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University.
ICI President, Deborah Cullen, has curated a new exhibition entitled Uptown at the Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University. The exhibition is “a new triennial surveying the work of artists who live or practice north of 99th Street.” Uptown runs June … Continue reading