Currently exhibiting in the Indianapolis gallery space is our fourth installation of prints—Modern and Contemporary Prints. The exhibit features works by contemporary artists Jason Myers and Sabina Klein alongside prints by modern masters like Picasso, Warhol, Frankenthaler, and Calder. The exhibit includes Frankenthaler’s Geisha - considered her last great print - and Warhol’s Miguel Bosé. In 1983, Warhol was commissioned by Bosé’s recording company to produce the cover for his album “Made In Spain”. This was the first time Warhol was aware of the up and coming musician. Read more about this work here.
Following this print show will be a solo exhibit, of works by Indianapolis-based painter Amy Kirchner. The gallery will be filled with 18 paintings of various palettes — each features characteristics of Kirchner’s signature abstract expressionist style, which is influenced by artists such as Agnes Martin, Wassily Kandinsky, and Helen Frankenthaler. At right: Wing II by Amy Kirchner.
At the start of Spring, we curated a new exhibit in the lobby of Conrad Indianapolis. In place of the previous exhibit of works by Pablo Picasso is Andy Warhol Working. This exhibit includes works by Andy Warhol (from the 1950s to the 1980s), photos taken of Warhol by William John Kennedy, and pre-pop, and a diamond-dusted portrait of Andy Warhol created by Russell Young. Young’s diamond-dusted portraits of renowned artist Andy Warhol first debuted at Art Miami in 2018. We are so excited to share these portraits with guests of and visitors to Conrad Indianapolis. Featured below is Andy Warhol (Black & White) by Russell Young.
From the midwest to the east coast, we also opened a new solo exhibit in the beginning of April. Sabina Klein: Introspection also extends into John Szoke Gallery in Suite 304. For more information on the exhibit and upcoming New York exhibits, click here. Klein is a printmaker and painter. She has exhibited in art fairs such as Art New York (2017), Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary (2019) and Art Wynwood (2019), and has works in Flint Institute of Arts, The New York Historical Society, IBC – International Bancshares Corporation and The Housatonic Museum of Art among others. The week of her opening in New York, Wall Street International published a great article covering Sabina Klein art and more. Be sure to read it. Her New York exhibit will continue through mid-August while some of her print work is featured in our Indianapolis gallery this summer.
Artwork ©️ Sabina Klein