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A Journey Through London's Subculture: 1980s To NowUp to 60 influential artists and art movements from London past and present, including Bodymap, Giles Deacon, Zaha Hadid and Sarah Lucas feature in A Journey Through London's Subculture: 1980s to Now, a major new off-site project organised by the Institute of Contemporary Arts at the Old Selfridges Hotel Part of a series of events curated by the ICA this summer which started with Glastonbury Festival, the London exhibition includes installations formed around 50 custom-made vitrines, showcasing the creative culture of the capital city, from the post-punk era to the current day. Find the project, which occupies the vast first floor of the Old Selfridges Hotel directly above the department store, by the entrance near the Selfridges Food Hall. A series of free weekly talks and events will take place while the six-week exhibition is on including talks by SHOWstudio, Tom Dixon, and the Warhol Museum.

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The Old Selfridges Hotel is a cavernous industrial space situated on Orchard Street directly above Selfridges department store and entered near the Selfridges Food Hall. No longer a hotel, it is occasionally used for one-off events and art installations. More about Old Selfridges Hotel

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