In collaboration with ICA, London

Publisher Note

This book is dedicated to the first two decades of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London, presenting a thorough history of the organisation's roots in post-war Britain, its mission of providing a physical base for the avant-garde, and its laying the groundwork for a continuing contribution to the evolution of contemporary art. Anne Massey's account is comprehensive in its scope, emphasising the ICA's being openly fluid and responsive to fluctuations in artistic culture with groundbreaking exhibitions and very personal approach. Besides a foreword by executive director Gregor Muir, the book includes numerous archival images and a detailed chronology.

Art Theory

Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 1946-1968

edited by Anne Massey, Gregor Muir

Release Place Amsterdam, Netherlands
Release Date 2014
Designer: Roger Willems
ISBN-13: 9789491843136
Original Price 27.76 EUR
Dimensions 19.5 × 26.0 cm
Pages 208

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