N. Dash

Teague Teague is a 2012 painting by N. Dash. The painting is abstract and is constructed from adobe, gesso, jute, twine on a wood support. This painting is unframed. This work was purchased in 2012 from Untitled, LP (gallery), and as of 2014 is on display in the private dining room of the Market Table…

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Lucinda Devlin

Seclusion Prehistoric Cave Room #2, Sheraton Hotel, Valley Forge, PA, 1990 Northern Lights Room, Fanta Suite Hotel, Burnsville, MN, 1989 Pulsations Room, Sheraton Hotel, Valley Forge, PA, 1990 Shakespeare Room, Sheraton Hotel, Valley Forge, PA, 1990 "Until recently, the majority of my work has explored contemporary culture through the psychologically complex domain of interior spaces. Pleasure…

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Lilly McElroy

I throw myself at men. #5, 2006 I throw myself at men. #3, 2006 I throw myself at men. #12, 2008 "This project initially started with ads I placed on Craigslist in 2006, looking for men who would meet me blind date style in bars and allow me, literally, to throw myself at them. Using my…

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Lauren Zoll

Ten Minute Drawings, 2011 "I made this series with the self-imposed constraint of completing each drawing in under ten minutes, covering paper with drywall finishing tape and painting over the tape with black paint. Starting with a ten-minute drawing, I gave myself one minute less to complete each subsequent drawing. This drawing series was initiated…

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Laura Letinsky

Untitled #27, from III Form & Void Full, 2011 Untitled #3, from III Form & Void Full, 2011 Untitled #5, from III Form & Void Full, 2010 From Chicago, IL. Visit Artist Website

Brian McCutcheon

Play, from the series, Alien Landscape, 2011 Shop, from the series, Alien Landscape, 2011 Lounge, from the series, Alien Landscape Cruise, from the series, Alien Landscape In the photographic series Alien Landscape, Indianapolis-based artist Brian McCutcheon features himself with his 8-year-old son, Angus. The 2011 photos Cruise, Lounge, Play, and Shop, take as their point of departure the…

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Sonya Clark

Madam C.J. Walker II, 2012   Born shortly after the end of slavery, Madam C. J. Walker is said to be one of our nation‟s first self-made women millionaires. In 1910, Walker moved to Indianapolis and made it the headquarters for her bourgeoning beauty empire, best known for its hair care products. Walker believed that…

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