Nir Evron discusses his work and interests, focusing on Oriental Arch (2009), a video included in the ICA’s exhibition Nir Evron: Projected Claims, the largest U.S. exhibition of work by the Israeli artist.
The ICA exhibition, Nir Evron: Projected Claims, is the largest U.S. exhibition for the artist. The opening reception will be at the Depot Gallery, 814 W. Broad St., Friday, Nov. 6, 5-8pm.
ICA architect, Dimitra Tsachrelia, spoke about the ideas behind her design and architecture at a recent Richmond panel discussion.
Artist Nir Evron discusses his largest U.S. show, the upcoming ICA exhibition, “Nir Evron: Projected Claims.”
ArchDaily profiles Steven Holl Associates and their eight projects under construction, including the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU.
Q&A with ICA Curator Lauren Ross.
ICA featured in Richmond’s Fall Arts
Lisa Freiman, ICA Director, and Lauren Ross, ICA Curator, discuss upcoming projects and the vision for the ICA in Richmond, Virginia.
Richmond BizSense recognizes Patsy K. Pettus’ $1 million gift to the Institute of Contemporary Art at VCU in honor of her late husband Hunter R. Pettus. The Grand Stairwell in the ICA will be named after the couple.
Jessica Lynne reviews ICA Curator Lauren Ross’s exhibition, New Dominion, at Mixed Greens gallery.
Read Brian Boucher’s write up of ICA Curator Lauren Ross’s exhibition New Dominion, on view at Mixed Greens gallery in New York City.
In the wake of the tragic shootings at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. last week, VCU’s Sonya Clark talks to NPR about confronting the Confederate flag. “This is an incredibly contentious symbol,” Clark states, “There is a way of dealing with contentiousness that is pure anger, and there are artists and people dealing with this symbol that way. I’m interested in the conversations that happens after the anger.”
A profile on ICA’s inaugural curator Lauren Ross.
Phase 2 of the ICA construction begins. The progress can be viewed on the ICA website’s live construction cam.
Read about Sonya Clark’s new work Unravelling and Unravelled–a piece in which she painstakingly unravels the Confederate flag. The piece, along with work by seven other Richmond-based artists (Ben Durham, John D. Freyer, Susie Ganch, Hope Ginsburg, Noa Glazer, Arnold Joseph Kemp, and Richard Roth) will be on view as part of New Dominion, curated by Lauren Ross for Mixed Greens Gallery in New York City.
On a recent Friday, Marcia Thalhimer and her husband Harry caught the end of the “Forbidden” exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and saw an opening at the Reynolds Gallery. The next day, they went to the symphony. This is what brings Thalhimer joy: seeing, hearing and supporting the arts, all over town. “I cannot imagine not having art as part of my life,” she says.
Previously curator at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum and the High Line in New York, Lauren Ross has taken off for Richmond, Virginia, where she now serves as the inaugural curator at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, slated to open in 2017.