The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

Jill Medvedow, Ellen Matilda Poss Director
Client Since '12
Massachusetts

The Institute of Contemporary Art has been sharing contemporary art with the public since 1936, including everything from visual arts, dance and performance to film and video. The ICA’s iconic home on the Boston waterfront has become a staple of the city’s skyline with its bold cantilever design, representing creativity at its best. First Republic supported that creativity when, as a principal, it introduced tax-exempt financing which allowed ICA’s dollars to work harder.