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The Foster Prize: Mark Cooper

It is curious that Mark Cooper’s work, which is the most visually and spatially boisterous, the most materially lustful (though not the most fetishistic) of the four finalists’, is that which directly references Buddhist cultures, concepts and practices of…

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The Foster Prize: Katarina Burin

At first glance, Katarina Burin’s installation in this year’s Foster Prize looks out of place within the ICA’s sterile, white gallery space.Hotel Nord-Sud 1932-34: Design and Correspondence (2013) is centered around Petra Andrejova-Molnár, a female Czechoslovakian architect active during the…

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Queering the ICA

It’s been a long time coming, but the ICA is beginning to show its true colors. The last few years have seen solo exhibitions by a strong number of female artists, a great many queer artists and people of color,…

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Review: LaToya Ruby Frazier: WITNESS

Forget objectivity; LaToya Ruby Frazier is an activist at heart. Frazier operates on the inside, and her photography cannot be adequately judged within the category of journalism. Although her photographs invite comparison to the iconic WPA photographs of Dorothea Lange…

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Who Wore it Best?

Nothing worse than showing up to a holiday party wearing the same festive tie. But currently, both the ICA, Boston and the Davis Museum at Wellesley College are exhibiting Adrian Piper’s My Calling Card at the same time, so who…

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Foster Prize finalists announced

The Institute of Contemporary Art has announced the finalists for The Foster Prize 2013 James and Audrey Foster Prize. The four finalists are Sarah Bapst, Katarina Burin, Mark Cooper and Luther Price. The Foster Prize is the ICA’s biennial for…

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