by Tajnia Hussain
The Institute of Contemporary Art is currently featuring three new exhibitions. They exhibits consist of Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show, Broadcasting: EAI, and Tag: Proposals on Queer Play and the Ways Forward.
Below is more information about each addition to the museum:
The Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show exhibition presents nearly 350 works of paintings, fabric works, ceramics, banners, documentations, photography, texts, of Cary Leibowitz from 1987 to now. Leibowitz became known around the 1990s because of his bold, blunt, bright, and comical text based art. In his art, he explores and expresses his perspective on being gay and Jewish.
The Broadcasting: EAI exhibition presents an intergenerational group of artists expressing their views on public access of television to social media. The show features works of media art, installation, screenings and a series of live events through various displays by the artists: Robert Beck, Tony Cokes, Ulysses Jenkins, JODI, Shigeko Kubota, Kristin Lucas, and TVTV. The exhibition will focus on how artists interpret broadcasting.
The Tag: Proposals on Queer Play and the Ways Forward exhibition showcases the influence of digital and online technologies, fandom structures, artist perspective on exploring and creating new environments for queer identification. The ICA provides this exhibition a space for queer play.
The Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show and Broadcasting: EAI exhibition is on view from February 2 through March 25, 2018. The Tag: Proposals on Queer Play and the Ways Forward, is on view from February 2 through August 12, 2018.