On display at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (ICA), i’m yours: Encounters with Art in Our Times addresses the new role of art and art museums in people’s lives as they adjust to the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now and until the new year, Boston residents and visitors can witness the 2019 James and Audrey Foster Prize exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston. The exhibit officially opened on Aug. 21, and runs through Dec. 31.
On Feb. 7, “Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today” opened at the ICA. Ideas explored within the exhibition include surveillance, the control of information, and the human body, which are all examined in the context of the internet.
The ICA presents a collection of photographs by Boston-based artist Nicholas Nixon that captures the passage of time and the beauty of age. The exhibit includes Nixon’s ‘The Brown Sisters,’ a series of group portraits of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, taken annually since 1975.
Wangechi Mutu’s art installation at the ICA utilizes a diverse set of materials to explore divisive social issues, such as feminism, Afrofuturism, displacement, and marginal spaces.
In celebration of their 10th anniversary, the Institute of Contemporary Art is hosting 10 days of festivities and programming to engage the Boston community.
Andrew McMahon performs at House of Blues, Seavers Express plays at the Superfan Zone concert, plus more events this weekend.