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The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University is pleased to announce The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show 2015. This exhibition will open Friday, May 15 and continue through Saturday, July 11. An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 15 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Grunwald Gallery. A $200 prize will be awarded to the artist whose work is voted "Gallery Visitors' Choice" by visitors during the opening reception.
The tenth annual Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show will be on exhibit at the Grunwald Gallery of Art at Indiana University from My 15-July 11, 2015.
The Juried Art Show features original works in various media including: drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, video, sculpture, ceramics, fibers, glass, digital art, and mixed media. This year the jurors looked for artworks that explore ideas or address topics related to the Institute's mission.
For further information, please contact the Grunwald Gallery at (812) 855-8490 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Grunwald Gallery is accessible to people with disabilities. Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday, noon - 4:00 pm, closed Sunday and Monday.
Opening reception is Friday, May 15th, 6-8pm at the Grunwald Gallery.
Kinsey Institute Open House - 11am-2pm, Saturday, May 16
The Kinsey Institute will host an Open House on Saturday, May 16 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm in Morrison Hall Room 313.
Visitors to the Institute can view research notes, selections from the Library, archives, and fine art collections, and view our two current art exhibits in the Kinsey Institute Gallery.
The Juried Art Show 2015 will be open at The Grunwald Gallery of Art a short walk away through the Indiana University campus.
Hold That Pose: Erotic Imagery in 19th Century Photography - January 23 - September 4, 2015
Once photography was invented in the 1830s, it quickly became a popular medium for depictions of the nude figure, as well as erotic imagery.
The first photographic process to become widespread was the daguerreotype, which produced a unique image. With the invention of a process that used a negative to make multiple photographs, the mass production of erotic images became possible.
Hold That Pose features daguerreotypes, tintypes, albumen and gelatin silver prints, stereocards, and other examples of photographic processes that were used in the 19th century by professional photographers to produce and distribute erotic material.
Secret Impressions: The Mass Production of Erotica Prior to the Camera - January 23 - September 4, 2015
Secret Impressions presents a selection of lithographs, engravings, etchings and woodblock prints from the mid-19th century and earlier.
These artworks from France, England, Italy, Germany, Holland, and Japan illustrate the means by which pornographic and erotic images were mass produced before the invention of the camera. Wealthy collectors could commission paintings, but others could purchase prints at a lower cost.
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