Posts Tagged: Exhibitions

A Forum of Ideas

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September 26 – November 20, 2016 During the Spring 2016 semester, graduate and undergraduate VCU interior design students took their studies beyond the studio and into the university’s most high-profile construction project, the Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) at the Markel Center. In this collaboration among ICA staff, VCU School of the Arts Interior Design faculty and BCWH Architecture colleagues… Read more »

Modeling the ICA’s Markel Center

Last spring the ICA commissioned An Liu, a master’s student in the School of the Arts Department of Interior Design, to build an architectural model of the Markel Center. Liu is an expert model builder. He estimates having constructed more than 50 architectural models since he was a bachelor’s student in exhibition design at Nanjing… Read more »

Current Exhibitions

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Sorry! There are no exhibitions scheduled at this time. We’re busy planning for the official opening in 2017. Receive Exhibitions Updates and Announcements Sign up for our e-news to receive updates about future projects and the opening exhibition. Exhibition Highlights Explore our past projects and learn more about the ICA’s curatorial program. A Forum of… Read more »

Behind the Scenes: Installing “Projected Claims”

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As a Ph.D. student in art history and curatorial intern, I spend the majority of my time researching, writing, traveling, and gazing at works of art. Sounds fun, right? (Actually, it really is!) Yet for the sake of making it sound so sublime, I must tell you there is dirty work involved. One of the… Read more »

Nir Evron: Projected Claims

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This fall, the ICA presents the largest U.S. exhibition of work by Israeli artist Nir Evron at VCUarts’ Depot Gallery. Through film, video and photography, Evron examines the architecture and built environment of his home country and its areas of conflict. Rather than illustrating explicit images of conflict, Evron concentrates on architectural sites and pristine landscapes…. Read more »