Close
Current temperature in Boston - 62 °
BECOME A MEMBER
Get access to a personalized news feed, our newsletter and exclusive discounts on everything from shows to local restaurants, All for free.
Already a member? Sign in.
The Bay State Banner
BACK TO TOP
The Bay State Banner
POST AN AD SIGN IN

Trending Articles

Archaeologists seek clues at Eustis House

Mayor intervenes as parent struggles with BPS school bus

Augmented reality and the arts merge in Cambridge dance performance

READ PRINT EDITION

ICA Boston

ICA/Boston exhibit explores childhood
read more
Arts & Culture
ICA/Boston exhibit explores childhood
Forty professional artists and a collection of youth artists reflect on the importance of childhood in “To Begin Again: Artists and Childhood,” running at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Oct. 6 through Feb. 26
>
Eight figurative painters explore friends, family and self in ‘A Place for Me’ at ICA
read more
Arts & Culture
Eight figurative painters explore friends, family and self in ‘A Place for Me’ at ICA
“A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now,” on view through September 5 at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, presents 40 works by eight contemporary artists, four men and four women. Most are individuals of color or self-described as queer. 
>
Solo exhibit ‘Rose B. Simpson: Legacies’ opens at ICA/Boston
read more
Arts & Culture
Solo exhibit ‘Rose B. Simpson: Legacies’ opens at ICA/Boston
Dynamic sculpture artist Rose B. Simpson opens her first solo show in Boston at the ICA, running Aug. 11 through Jan. 29. Utilizing ceramic sculpture, performance, installation, metalwork, writing and other media, Simpson reflects on the human condition, particularly under colonial rule. 
>
ICA Watershed building’s history provides  inspiration for new large-scale installations
read more
Arts & Culture
ICA Watershed building’s history provides inspiration for new large-scale installations
Combining a delightful shuttle ride across Boston Harbor with a captivating exhibition at its site located in the Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina in East Boston, the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) offers visitors a splendid way to spend a summer day.
>
Roxbury's Napoleon Jones-Henderson shines on in ICA exhibit
read more
Arts & Culture
Roxbury's Napoleon Jones-Henderson shines on in ICA exhibit
For nearly 50 years, artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson has brought his vibrant textile works and a potent artistic manifesto to the Roxbury cultural community. Now, the Chicago native’s work is being honored at the ICA Boston in “Napoleon Jones-Henderson: I Am As I Am—A Man,” a three-room retrospective running through July 24.
>
New works by three local artists in Foster Prize exhibition at ICA Boston
read more
Arts & Culture
New works by three local artists in Foster Prize exhibition at ICA Boston
Now in its ninth year, the biennial James and Audrey Foster Prize Exhibition of the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) showcases local artists of note. The 2021 Foster Prize Exhibition, organized by ICA assistant curator Jeffrey De Blois and on view at the ICA through January 30, 2022, presents new works by Marlon Forrester, Eben Haines and Dell Marie Hamilton.
>
Prepare to be dazzled
read more
Arts & Culture
Prepare to be dazzled
On Sept. 1, Raúl de Nieves’ first Boston exhibition, “The Treasure House of Memory” opened at the ICA Boston. Running through July 24, 2022, the solo show features a new body of work by the artist and explores themes of memory and personal transformation.
>
An undersea realm at ICA Watershed
read more
Arts & Culture
An undersea realm at ICA Watershed
The ICA Watershed has returned to the reopening art world with a bang, or rather with a bubble. Dominican artist Firelei Báez’s spellbinding 2021 site-specific sculpture pulls the depths of the ocean up through the museum’s industrial concrete floors and into our sightlines.
>
Already a member? Sign in.
The Bay State Banner