Institute of Contemporary Art ICA (London) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... animation. As if this weren't enough, of course, the ICA supports current movie making, often being the first cinema in the United Kingdom to screen foreign movies. Recently, for example, the ICA hosted the premiere screening of Edward Yang's stunning 2000 movie 'Yi Yi (A One And A Two)'. It also screened Japanese horror films 'Ring', 'Ring 2' and ... more
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by - written on 10/05/01, updated on 10/05/01 (Very useful, 171 readings)
London's Institute of Contemporary Arts (or ICA, as I'm going to conveniently abbreviate it to from now on) is a great venue for seeing interesting new art and cinema. I've been a member of the ICA for several years now, though you don't have to be a member to attend events or exhibitions there. The main advantages of being a member are that you get a programme sent to you each month, get free admission to the Institute itself, and receive discounts on ticket prices. If you visit the ICA as a non-member, day membership will cost you £1.50 on weekdays, and £2.50 at weekends, for admission to the institute's art exhibitions and the bar. Members ... Read the complete review
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