Past Exhibitions

Click here to see photos from the exhibit and opening reception Few artists can say they have the title of their upcoming exhibition tattooed on their body. But, for Indianapolis artist Paul Harris, the title: “Wanderlust” appeared along his collarbone long before he even developed the idea for his show opening at the Indianapolis Museum…

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA)’s new CityWay location, 215 E South St, will open with Richard Mosse’s Fermata, October 3, 6-11 p.m. A free concert by musician Helado Negro will take place at 9 p.m. on October 3, both made possible through a partnership with Buckingham Foundation. Mosse uses Kodak Aerochrome, a discontinued…

Click here to see images from exhibit and opening Artist Ian Weavers’s The Black Knight Archive, Chapter I: Migration creates a fictional version of history of one black community. Weaver’s Black Knights are part medieval knight, part Black Nationalist – who have, ostensibly, lived within the “Black Bottom” community, circa 1940s. The work centers on…

Click here to see photos from the exhibit and opening Wendy Red Star’s work layers influences drawn from her tribal background (Crow), daily surroundings, aesthetic experiences, collected ephemera and conjured histories that are both real and imagined. Through her photographs and sculpture new universes are built, simultaneously urban-rural and high-low with their own language of…

Click here to see images from the opening. The Empire Never Ended, is influenced by author Philip K Dick’s VALIS, with artists Prince Rama, Marc Bijl, Serge Onnen and Benny Sanders.  This exhibit was made possible by a grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Artistic Expression Grant). Prince Rama’s…

Click here to see images from the opening. Toyin Odutola’s pieces evoke a multitude of feelings, like ones you might experience when looking at an actual person.  Although her work mainly features characters rendered in black ink, their appeal is universal.  Odutola’s work addresses issues of identity, and stand as a beacon in the storm…