Past Exhibitions

Chido Johnson, raised in Zimbabwe and Zambia as the child of American missionaries, grew up speaking several African languages with more ease than he spoke English. Now he lives in Detroit. His exhibit opens April 5 at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. It plunges into the divides and contradictions he experiences in his two…

Click here to see photos from the opening reception. Hulleah J Tsinhnahjinnie’s Double Vision is a partnership with the Eiteljorg Museum. Exhibited in the main gallery at iMOCA, it features photos by Tsinhnahjinnie of Tuskegee/Diné tribes. She has worked with the permanent collection of the Great Plains Art Museum to create a series of new…

Click here to see photos from the opening reception The middle gallery iMOCA features California artist  Jose Di Gregorio’s installation, TrA, which holds the essence of a planetarium and a mandala. This fall, Di Gregorio took his young children to the planetarium at the Lawrence Hall Of Science in Berkeley, CA. While constellations may seem…

Click here to see images from the opening night. Global Space brings together artists An Xiao, Man Bartlett, Clement Valla, Caleb Larsen, Lorena Turner, and Jasper Elings. Through their work the exhibit searches for what it means to be a citizen of the world made so much smaller by our use of the Internet. When…

COLOR ME _________. October 5 – November 17, 2012 Andy J. Miller and Andrew Neyer Click here to see photos from the opening. We all like to have fun. We all like to play. And we all remember the simple joy of transforming black and white pages into visions of vibrant color. Humorous and welcoming, the work…

November 4, 2011 – December 10, 2011 BODIES OF WATERS Click here to see images from John Waters appearance and exhibit. Part of the Spirit & Place Festival Made possible through a partnership of Big Car and iMOCA. Shauta Marsh, curator of “Bodies of Waters” asked 17 artists to create original works inspired by the…