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ICA takes its First Fridays back to the ‘80s

Laurie Swope

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Boston’s Aquil Abdullah and Cambridge’s Kati Brem (left) were two of the many revelers at the Institute of Contemporary Art’s “First Fridays: 80s Night” celebration over the weekend. The night included tours of the ICA’s new exhibition, “This Will Have Been, Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s.” During the party, Abdullah reminisced about his own style in the ’80s and said that his hair looked “like Grace Jones — but higher.” Brem, meanwhile, claimed she had a mullet.

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