“Joshua Mosley: American International”

March 12-Aug. 29
Indianapolis Museum of Art

A park ranger and a PR rep discuss their relationship—in stop-motion animation—while an equally animated economist,
Friedrich Hayek, chats with builder/philanthropist George R. Brown. Never mind that the two never actually met.

Video and bronze sculptures merge in the work of Joshua Mosley, who will have two of his works—2004’s “A
Vue” and the new “International”—on display. Stop in March 11 when the artist will be at the IMA to
screen and discuss both. Details here.

 

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