ICA Looking Good On Boston’s Harborfront

“Costing $41 million and three months late, the Institute of Contemporary Art is Boston’s first new art museum in almost a century,” and James Russell says that it looks like it will live up to the hype. “The 65,000-square-foot building’s generous, light-filled lobby sweeps you around to a handsome glass elevator the size of a panel truck… The interior has architectural presence without getting in art’s way. The outside pugnaciously asserts this old upstart’s new place on the harbor — and in the city.”