Friday, May 14, 2010
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Bootleg Exhibitions: Carnival
Bootleg Exhibitions’ fourth show Carnival is a one-night only multiple-artist exhibition featuring contemporary art and live music from local band, The Accordions. Invited artists were asked to interpret themes of amusement, games, fair rides, clowns, freaks and sideshows. The exhibition will include sculpture, photography, paintings, and drawings addressing these themes. Complimentary beer will be available from Pendleton, Indiana brewer, Sean Tucker of Reluctant Hoosier Brewing. Participating artists include locals Greg Hull, Brose Partington, Brad Dilger, Andrew Perry Davis, Erin Harper Vernon, Michele Signorino, Aaron Leif Nicholson, Stacey M. Holloway, Kipp Normand, Deanne Roth, Tyler Meuninck, and Jason Bord. Out-of-state participants include Michael Wickerson from Kansas City, Missouri, Araan Schmidt of Bowling Green, Ohio, Mary Johnson of St. Paul, Minnesota, James Darr of Nashville Tennesee, and Andy Hunter of San Diego, California. In conjunction with Carnival, Ben Valentine will be showing his Museum of Mobile Art (MoMA), a related exhibition taking place in a U-Haul in the Bootleg Exhibitions parking lot.
Friday, May 14th, from 6pm - 10pm
1656 English Ave., Indianapolis