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Penn’s Institute of Contemporary Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year (see story). These past Gazette covers highlight two of the locations the ICA has occupied during that period-its home when it opened in 1963 in what is now the Fisher Fine Arts Library, and the museum’s current purpose-built digs at 36th and Sansom streets, where it’s been since 1991. In between, it had space in Meyerson Hall, home of the School of Design.

View PDFs of the related stories: April 1965 and March 1991.

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