Past Exhibitions

October 1 – November 20, 2010 NEIGHBORHOOD Click here to see photos from the opening reception. Neighborhood brought together 6 Los Angeles-based artists who looked at the developed environment as a subject matter of investigation. In this group exhibition, the title “neighborhood” is used loosely, as it refers either to a specific place (sometimes the…

December 4, 2009- January 16th, 2010 PROJECTED CURIOSITY Click here to see photos of the opening reception. After five years at 340 N. Senate Ave. on the west side of Downtown, iMOCA has moved to a newly renovated 2,000-square foot space on the main floor of the Murphy Art Center which has been dubbed the…

November 8 – January 10, 2008 Hansel and Gretel: Never Eat a House In the fairytale, a hungry Hansel and Gretel are lured to the witch’s house in hopes of a meal. By contrast, Hansel and Gretel: Never Eat a House from the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA) is a feast of irreverent, thought-provoking…

November 9, 2007 New Work by Jeff Gabel Gabel specializes in scribbly, small-scale pencil drawings of people or faces, possibly imaginary, with a line of text explaining who they are or what they were thinking at the time they were observed. Gabel’s empathetic exploration of the contemporary American landscape finds moments in the everyday that…

November 4 – December 30, 2006 Home: Living with Contemporary Art The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art is proud to present Home: Living with Contemporary Art. In conjunction with the iMOCA 101 series of panel discussions on collecting contemporary art, and with the support of Helmut Fortense and Form + Function, iMOCA will transform its gallery space…

November 12 – January 21, 2006 Designs by Ron Arad The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art is proud to announce an exhibition of designs by Ron Arad. Arad is one of todays most creative and versatile furniture artists and designers of our time. Born in Tel Aviv in 1951, architect and designer Ron Arad studied at…