Your Institute of Contemporary Art ticket includes
General admission to the Institute of Contemporary Art's exhibits
Pieces from Shepard Fairey and Tara Donovan
Prints, photos, paintings and multi-sensory exhibits
See cutting-edge creations at this museum dedicated to contemporary art. Located on Boston's beautiful waterfront, the state-of-the-art facility is an architectural marvel itself and boasts 17,000 square feet of exhibition space.
Browse works by celebrated artists Shepard Fairey, Tara Donovan and Cindy Sherman, as well as an ever-changing display of temporary exhibits. Enjoy a multi-sensory experience as you explore sculptures, 3D installations, and audio and visual creative pieces.
Visitors will gain a newfound appreciation for contemporary art and the creative process and get a better understanding of the art industry today.
Institute of Contemporary Art highlights
Kai Althoff: Untitled, 2004
Kader Attia: Oil and Sugar #2, 2007
Paul Chan: 1st Light, 2005
Taylor Davis: Untitled, 2001
Shepard Fairey: Jane’s Addiction, 2008; Mothership, 2007; Peace Bomber, 2008; Proud Parents, 2007; Afrocentric (Power & Equality) , 2007; Mujer Fatal, 2007; Peace Goddess, 2007; Guns and Roses, 2006; Malcom X, 2006; Vintage Paster, 2006; Greetings from Iraq, 2005; Mr. Spray, 2004; Nixon Money, 2003; Obey Pole, 2001; Print and Destroy (Printing Press) , 2000; OBEY Fist, 2000; OBEY Marilyn Warhol, 2000; Lenin Stamp, 1999; Obedience Problems, 1999; Lightning Bolt, 1998; Bomber, 1996
Mona Hatoum: Pom Pom City, 2002; Dormeuse, 1998
Thomas Hirschhorn: Wood-Chain VIII (Pisa Tower) , 2004
Roni Horn: Key and Cue, No. 288; I’M NOBODY! WHO ARE YOU! , 1994-2003
Christian Jankowski: Point of Sale, 2002
Josiah McElheny: Czech Modernism Mirrored and Reflected Infinitely, 2005
Ivan Navarro: 11 Upside Down, 2007
Audio guides are available at the ICA, and pieces with corresponding audio information are marked accordingly. In addition to its impressive permanent collection, the ICA regularly rotates temporary exhibitions through its halls.