ICA in Boston

August 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Artists, Boston


This room hangs below the museum (see above).

The Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston’s new building by glow-in-the-dark architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, as well as their current all-star line-up of exhibitions make the ICA an uncommon afternoon delight.

Additionally, their typography makes my socks whiter.

Current exhibitions include Philip-Lorca diCorcia (ends soon: Sept 3), Louise Bourgeois, Dave McKenzie (ends Oct 28) and Accumulations, the second installation of the ICA’s permanent collection. Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s images are stunning, Bourgeois is Bourgeois, McKenzie avoids any real risk and Accumulations has at least one thing you’ll hate and one thing you’ll love.

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