February 3, 2012
The ICA is home to provocative contemporary art.
(Photo courtesy ICA)
The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania is offering free admission all month long.
Since the 1960s, the ICA has led the way in revealing the hottest trends in contemporary art with the first-ever museum shows of Andy Warhol, Laurie Anderson, Agnes Martin, Robert Indiana and other influential artists.
Take advantage of the month-long free admission by checking out the Charline von Heyl exhibition, featuring 18 paintings and collages; Jennifer Bolande Landmarks, a site-specific installation; and Living Document / Naked Reality: Towards an Archival Cinema, which explores cinema’s complex political, formal and ideological history from the 1910s-1960s by showcasing the work of six international artists.
Free admission to the ICA is sponsored by the Amanda (C95) and Glenn (W87/WG88) Fuhrman Fund.
Institute of Contemporary Art
118 S. 36th Street