“Tara Donovan: Untitled”

April 4-Aug. 1
Indianapolis Museum of Art

Remember that sculpture that your bored self once created in grade school out of pencils and glue and whatever else was lying
around? Well, imagine that same impulse filtered through the sensibility of a winner of a MacArthur Foundation “genius”
grant.
That’s what we’ll be privy to when this exhibit featuring large-scale sculptures and drawings by Tara Donovan
opens at the IMA. For a sample of what she’s done with pencils, click here. For more details on her IMA show, click here.
 

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