Stuff to see in Indy

Beyond Pictura in Bloomington there aren't galleries in Central Indiana that focus primarily on photography, but there are several opportunities to see good photo work this month around town:

  • The INvision Alliance of Photographic Artists is putting on an exhibition this month at the university of Indianapolis in the Ransburg Gallery in Good Hall. Good Hall is at the southeast corner of Hanna and Otterbein avenues. Ten local photographers will be displaying work: Donna Lee Adams, Andy Chen, Lauren Ditchley, Mary Hansen, Holly Hooper, Holly Jordan, Rich Phelan, Ginny Taylor Rosner, Jon Scott and Mike Stroup. The opening reception is tonight (Oct. 13, 2009) from 5 to 8 pm, but the exhibit is open 9 am to 9 pm Monday through Friday through Oct. 23.

  • "The Artful Lens" at the Stutz Art Space, 212 W. 10th St. B110, features several Stutz artists showing works incorporating a variety of photographic processes. Interesting pieces from Martha Sando, Karen Land, JanettMarie, Kathy Blankenheim, Andy Chen, Ginny Taylor Rosner and more. Although through Oct. 23, open 11 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday.

  • If all you know about photographer Paul D'Andrea's work is his expertise incorporating "Strobist" style flash, you're in for a treat if you check out his October show, aptly titled "Noticing," at wUG LAKU'S STUDIO & gARAGE, 1125 Brookside Ave C7, just east of downtown. Look for the blue warehouse building near the intersection of Brookside and East 10th St.

  • Ron Kern is showing "Singular Images" at the Mideland Arts and Antiques Market, 907 East Michigan St., through Nov. 30.

  • “Holy Lands, Journeys of a Pilgrim Artist” is a show of large images by Denis Ryan Kelly, Jr. at Clowes Memorial Hall on the Butler University campus.

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