Tue 26 January 2010, The Guardian

Anger builds about ICA losses

By Charlotte Higgins
Ekow Eshun may be tweeting that he is "very confident" about the future of the ICA, which he runs, but others are not so sure. There is real ­anger about job losses (the salary bill of £2.5m is to be reduced by £1m) and disquiet about the fact that the ICA ­received a £1.2m Arts Council England bailout, while Eshun sits on the ­organisation's national council (the two things are unconnected, I am ­assured). Various concerned artists and sometime fans of the ICA have been in touch. Not untypical is this view, from artist Simon Tyszko: "The ICA simply has no relevance and no direction."
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