Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art Presents THE ART OF ARCHITECTURE and THE EMPIRE NEVER ENDED

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art presents two new exhibitions: The Art of Architecture, now open through February 15th, and The Empire Never Ended, opening February 2nd and running through April 12th.

The Art of Architecture

Woollen is an internationally recognized architect responsible for significant projects around the country. However, Woollen had the most impact shaping the landscape of his native Indianapolis, with buildings ranging from progressively modern homes to notable local landmarks including Clowes Hall, the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and the recent expansion of the Indianapolis-Marion County Central Library. The show, curated by Mary Ellen Gadski and iMOCA board members Brandon Judkins and Tom Vriesman, features photographs spanning Woollen's entire career from world-renowned photographers including Balthazar Korab, Ezra Stoller, and Timothy Hursley - as well as the local talent of Wilbur Montgomery, Craig McCormick, and Serge Melki.

"From the beginning, iMOCA's mission has been centered on connecting contemporary art with everyday life," Judkins said. "Over the past six decades, Evans has created, and continues to create, work of true artistic expression that touches the daily lives of countless people in our city. By bringing images of his important work together in one space, people will hopefully walk away with a better sense of the impact Evans's work has made on our daily routines and rituals."


January 28- February 15, Evans Woollen's
The Art of Architecture at Butler University's Clowes Hall

January 30th at 6 p.m. Gallery Tour at Clowes Hall with Evans Woollen, Mary Ellen Gadski, and Brandon Judkins

The Empire Never Ended




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