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|Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
Nash House, The Mall, SW1
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross
Tel: 020 7930 0493
|This gallery was first opened in 1948 on Dover Street as an alternative to the numerous "conventional" art galleries in London. The gallery moved to its present location on The Mall in 1968.|
Dedicated not only to art, it also features contemporary drama, film, literature and photography. The gallery also has an arts bookshop, cafeteria and bar.
Over the years it has held numerous excellent exhibitions in all the fields of the arts, and has gained an excellent reputation for being both innovative and adventurous.
The names of the artists who held their first London exhibitions here reads like a who's who of 20th century art - Henry Moore, Picasso, Damien Hirst to name but a few. The gallery is open every day from noon until 7.30pm. Admissions costs around £3 for exhibitions, or around £2 if no exhibitions are being held.
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