Tese explores the divides and contradictions artist Chido Johnson experiences in his two cultures and within himself. Raised in Zimbabwe and Zambia as the child of American missionaries, grew up speaking several African languages with more ease than he spoke English. Now he lives in Detroit. His exhibit opens April 5 and runs through May 18.
05.18.13>Love Book Share, 4-6 pm
06.07.13>Rutherford Chang: We Buy White Abums
06.07.13>Nathaniel Russell: The Opposite of Lost
08.02.13> Humanize curated by Karla Romero
11.01.13>Jean Rollin Film Festival
02.07.14>The Empire Never Ended
The Murphy Art Center, Fountain Square
1043 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis 46203
We are open Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. We are closed holidays and between exhibitions. Admission and parking are FREE. For more information please call 317.63i.MOCA
All our programs and exhibitions are made possible with support from The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, The Efroymson Family Fund, Deer Zink Foundation, KEJ Foundation, the Indianapolis Foundation, The Tracy Haddad Foundation, The Netherleigh Fund, the Indiana Arts Commission, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Murphy Arts L.L.C., Faegre Baker Daniels, Penrod Foundation, and Big Car Art + Design.