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Before the ICA relocated to Fan Pier in 2006, no new art museums had been built on Boston soil in nearly a century. An obvious fusion of architecture and visual art, the glass and metal façade suggests a seamless merging of exhibition space with the adjacent waterfront. Prominent artists, including Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Anish Kapoor, and Mark Bradford, have displayed their work in the ICA’s ultra-modern, flexible exhibition spaces.

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The Institute of Contemporary Art

Before the ICA relocated to Fan Pier in 2006, no new art museums had been built on Boston soil in nearly a century. An obvious fusion of architecture and visual art, the glass and metal façade suggests a seamless merging of exhibition space with the adjacent waterfront. Prominent artists, including Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Anish Kapoor, and Mark Bradford, have displayed their work in the ICA’s ultra-modern, flexible exhibition spaces.