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Art Gallery, Performing Arts
The Mall
London, Greater London SW1Y 5AH
+44 20 7930 3647
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tips

  • Founded in 1947 to challenge the foundations of contemporary art, it enabled the first exhibitions of Picasso, Moore, and Hirst. The ICA's lecture series features eloquent artist and filmmakers.
  • The ICA was founded in 1947 as a playground for contemporary artists, and moved here in 1968. It hosted Damien Hirsts first solo show and the debut London gig of Franz Ferdinand.
  • Teller is the coolest, soul-ironic-porn as we all like, I was the only girl crying as it is too beautiful, too sincere to be true, yo!
  • Exhibitions of contemporary art and cinema, talks, contemporary music events and a very cool caf bar hangout. It's art right here, right now.
  • There aren't too many places in this part of town to get beer and free wifi together. The ICA totally delivers. Oh, and they've also been known to put on films and artwork from time to time.
  • Sempre bom voltar! Estive aqui pela 1a. vez em 1978. Incrivel e s 1!
  • 12-23 / 12-1am / 12-21 / Close / Northern,Bakerloo Charing Cross / / ,,,,
  • great atmosphere, i love getting some pints and chill out at the bar
  • Must catch up on the latest arthouse films at the cinema
  • Cafe with skylights
  • Cant praise more for this place, the ongoing Seth Price show is interesting.
  • Rarely seen art-related books
  • Great Bar and also great for food. Lovely healthy options
  • Love the cinema programme in particular. Good spot to regularly check out for events. The book shop is small but rich with stimulating titles.
  • Nice place, great infusion teas. Sadly, still no alcohol-free beers!
  • a bit past its best but still worth a visit
  • They always seem pretty disorganised every year when it's the film festival and showings never start on time!
  • The Fox Reading Room exhibitions and installations are a hidden gem; good bar and eatery (where I used to work); and good exhibition spaces
  • The Fox Reading Room exhibition space below the bar (it's small) has the loveliest shows, often documentary/historical. The bar is nice too!
  • Nice gallery just a few steps from Trafalgar Square, free wifi

Nearby places

Trafalgar Sq
The Mall (Horse Guards Rd)
Buckingham Palace Rd