As planned, the major retrospective exhibition by Virgil Abloh entitled Figures of Speech is brought to the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (ICA). The presentation continues to shed light on Abloh’s interdisciplinary practice encompassing art, music, fashion, architecture, and design.

Taking up five gallery rooms inside ICA Boston and featuring a total of 70 works, this iteration of the exhibition is expanded from the previous one held at Atlanta’s High Musem of Art, and will also display archival pieces, from Hood By Air and Off-White™ collections to collaborative works with acclaimed artists such as Takashi Murakami and Futura. The highlight is certainly going to be the never-before-seen sculpture which is making its debut at the launch of the show on July 4.

Visit ICA Boston’s website for further info.

“Figures of Speech” at Atlanta’s High Musem of Art.
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