May 12 – July 8
Artists: Fred Stonehouse, James Kerry Marshall, Joel McDonald, Andrei Molotiu, Yoko Molotov, Niagara, Robert Pruitt, Seth Scantlen, Malcolm Mobuto Smith and Britt Spencer
Opening Reception: Friday, May 12, 6-8p
Location: Carnegie Center for Art and History, 201 E Spring St, New Albany, IN 47150
Comics and cartoons are one of the first forms of visual art that children are exposed to, and are created specifically for them. That exposure holds lasting connections that often stay with people over the course of their lives. The increased popularity among children and adults alike of superhero movies, collectable toys, and clothes featuring popular comic characters only illustrates this notion. Pulp Art: Out of the gutter and on the walls is an exhibition that explores this enduring influence among select fine artists who show their work in galleries across the United States.