89.1 WBOI in Indiana interviewed ‘Invisible College‘ co-curator Josef Zimmerman and artist Andrew Schoultz to discuss the upcoming exhibition at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The three-minute segment touches on ‘new contemporary’ arts’ place in the traditional art world and how artists are developing outside white walls. Please visit WBOI website to listen to the full segment.
But a new exhibit at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art is blurring those lines – bringing traditional public and street art inside its walls. “Invisible College” includes pieces from all over the world, and five original murals painted right inside the museum.
July 11th – September 27th, 2015
We’ve been in Indiana this week getting Invisible College up at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Co-curated by Andrew and Shawn Hosner of Los Angeles’ Thinkspace Gallery, and Josef Zimmerman of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Invisible College offers a cross-section of some of the most exciting artists working in the New Contemporary genre. As it continues to evolve and expand, the movement embraces talent from all over the world and ushers in a new guard that seeks to increase the social and popular relevance of contemporary art. Below are process shots of a few of the mural installations coming from Andrew Schoultz, Cyrcle, Mark Dean Veca and Troy Lovegates. The exhibition will also include a featured installation by Brett Amory.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
311 E Main Street
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website for more information.
‘White Noise and Silence: New Paintings and Drawings’
Opening Reception: Sat, June 13th 6-8PM
On view through August 1st
Roberts and Tilton
5801 Washington Boulevard in Culver City
Schoultz has been busy on the art fair circuit of late and his installation at last year’s Pulse
(during Art Basel), with the Morgan Lehman Gallery
, was a site to behold and a highlight of the fair for many. View images of this epic install here
With the full main gallery of R&T’s beautiful new space at his disposal, expect mixed media installations & murals of the grandest scale. So can’t wait to check this show out!!!
You can also catch his work over at the current House Of Campari event (on view through June 14th). Schoultz was recently named the recipient of House of Campari’s 2009 Commission Award. Located at 8783 Beverly Boulevard in West Hollywood.