10th February – 6th April 2014
The Institute of Contemporary Arts takes over its former home Dover Street Market with an exciting off-site exhibition of iconic imagery and installations spanning all six floors. Large scale representations from the ICA’s time at Dover Street Market between May 1950 to December 1967 will invade the existing spaces to create an entirely new experience.
We invite you to enjoy reimagined and large scale imagery from the ICA’s archives, such as ICA Greeting Cards from the 1950s and 1960s, Francis Bacon’s first ever show covers, ICA Bulletin covers, show invitations and much, much more…
‘From its base at 17-18 Dover Street, now Dover Street Market the ICA became known as the birthplace of Pop Art and the Independent Group, as well as launching Op Art and the ideas behind Brutalist Architecture.’
Gregor Muir, Executive Director, ICA.
Imagery courtesy of The Institute Contemporary Arts.