INDIANAPOLIS, IN.- The Herron School of Art and Design presents Ed Paschke: Nonplussed: Paintings 1967-2004, on view through April 29. Ed Paschke (1939-2004) created images that focused on American celebrity and history, while exploring issues of identity, race and fame. Paschke's unique, unforgettable images were heavily influenced by the Pop artists of the 1960's. This exhibition will compliment the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art's celebration of the great American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and his American Indian Encounters series (on view through April).
Since its founding in 1979, the Herron Gallery has been one of Indianapolis' most distinctive art galleries. Specializing in contemporary art, it long ago established a reputation as the kind of gallery where experimental shows were the norm and off-the-wall ideas were encouraged.