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The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) occupies a prestigious building in Carlton House Terrace, close to Admiralty Arch and The Mall. It was founded by the art critic and historian Herbert Reed.
It showcases a broad range of works, from contemporary films and art-house movies, to exhibitions of avant-garde art. Due to the ICA’s cutting-edge nature, a lot of the work will either be described as genius, or derided as junk – depending on your point of view.
There are also a number of talks and dance productions.
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If you enjoy this then try: BFI Southbank (walk it in 14 mins or catch a train from Charing Cross to BFI Southbank); Hayward Gallery (walk it in 14 mins or catch a train from Charing Cross to Hayward Gallery); Saatchi Gallery (catch the tube from Charing Cross to Saatchi Gallery) and Serpentine Gallery (catch the tube from Charing Cross to Serpentine Gallery).