Posts Tagged ‘“like a Kunsthalle’

featuredIan Weaver, Hull, 2014, Wood, 40_ x 56_ x 96,_ Photo courtesy the Artist and iMOCA

PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // IAN WEAVER

by Gregory Maher Nostalgia, A Darker Saccharine Nostalgia—the kind that is intimately sewn into the patches of a family quilt—is the force that drives Ian Weaver’s work, and his current exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA). The gallery, “like a Kunsthalle,” is white-walled and nondescript, the perfect space to spotlight Weaver’s iconic[…]