Pablo Bronstein’s Building-Wide Exhibition Heralds a New Era at Institute of Contemporary Arts


LONDON.- Pablo Bronstein signals a new era in the history of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) with Sketches for Regency Living, a groundbreaking exhibition in which, for the first time, an individual artist is invited to work across the entire ICA building—Nash House on The Mall—introducing major architectural interventions and choreographing extraordinary art and ballet performances from 9 June to 25 September 2011. Bronstein draws upon London’s Regency history and that of the ICA building for Sketches for Regency Living, using a wide range of media to explore his interest in architecture from performance and drawing to installation and sculpture. His work demonstrates an affinity for how architecture and sculpture intervene in personal identity and inform our movements and social mores. Intimate and stylized tours through the building-wide exhibition, inspired