Exploring the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art)

This is a slideshare discussing my recent trip to the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) in Philadelphia.  I have added six images each with a description of the work and its commentary.  The featured artists during my visit were Christopher Knowles, Josephine Pryde and Becky Suss.


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Joanna Nawn

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2 thoughts on “Exploring the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art)”

  1. Great pictures by the way. I love how you “almost” sound like you’re advertising the art pieces. The only downside that you didn’t take a picture of yourself riding the choo choo train. Gotta love riding on “work of art” don’t you know?


  2. I love how clear your introduction is, it gives a very detailed description of the ICA so if someone has never been there before they would know exactly what is in store. I love your piece selection, and your descriptions are very concise and to the point. On the other hand, I’m a little confused on the order of the photos. Was there a specific effect in mind when you were ordering it this way? I would also have loved to see some of Josephine Pryde’s photographs. Overall, I really liked your gallery.


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