In Henry Taylor’s 2015 painting i’m yours, after which this exhibition is named, a father and two grown children fill the canvas. Each has lips pursed and stares solemnly out at the viewer, questioning us with a penetrating gaze. For the exhibition, the ICA has created a series of small galleries in a raw architectural space, providing an unfamiliar context for these works from its collection—a fresh perspective. Look for new acquisitions, too, by Nan Goldin, Marlene Dumas, Louise Bourgeois, Kader Attia, and more. —E.C.