Limbering up at the ICA this summer…
Gender is top of the agenda for the ICA this summer as they host a series of events to complement their Keep Your Timber (Works on Paper) exhibition.
The show, which is previewed in our summer issue, explores how artists since the 1940s have used drawing to address ideas critical and current to their time.
On the weekend of 13 July the display Manga Made will examine ideas of global queerness through manga and animation.
Featured artist Marlene McCarty will be talking about her work and limitations of representing sex and sexuality on 22 August.
In a special Friday Salon on 6 September there will be a discussion of Judith Bernstein’s work, which focuses on artistic critiques of international and social conflict, feminism and the body.
Additionally, there will be special touring talks of the exhibition led by curators, artists and other cultural practitioners.
For a full program of the ICA’s events see www.ica.org.uk
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