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A Fine Art Experience at the Conrad

View works by some of the world's most celebrated artists, now displaying on the first and second floors of Conrad Indianapolis.

Conrad Indianapolis, Indiana Hotel - Long-Sharp Gallery

Long-Sharp Gallery - First Floor

Recently named one of the Top 500 Galleries in the World by Modern Painters Magazine (Blouin Art Info) in 2015, Long-Sharp Gallery has made its permanent home in the Conrad Indianapolis. The gallery features works from Picasso to Pop, with a primary focus on works by some of the best known names in modern and contemporary art, including: Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Robert Motherwell, Russell Young and more.

Conrad Indianapolis, Indiana Hotel - London Room

Regional Masters - Second Floor

Hop on the elevator or climb the grand staircase to the second floor, which houses primary meeting spaces as well as 'Regional Masters', a semi-permanent exhibit featuring artists with a unique tie to the city of Indianapolis.

Conrad Indianapolis, Indiana Hotel - Art Ambassador Program

Art Ambassador Program

Explore the hotel's expansive public art collection with the help of an Art Ambassador. Take a guided tour of these celebrated works by dialing '0' or visiting the concierge in the main lobby.

Long-Sharp Gallery is part of "A Fine Art Experience" at the Conrad - an innovative and award winning art program developed by Rhonda Long-Sharp and Conrad Indianapolis. The dual highlights of the program are the five rotating exhibits (approximately 8,000 square feet of public space is used for this purpose) and the "Art Ambassadors". Approximately two dozen art ambassadors (one of the "best kept secrets in Indianapolis" per Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, January 2013), receive regular training on the artwork and artists exhibiting in the hotel. Signified by a gold "artist's palate" pin, Art Ambassadors are available to answer questions posed by hotel guests and the visiting public about the art displayed.

Don't forget to request a guided tour of these celebrated works with an Art Ambassador by dialing '0' or visiting the Concierge in the main lobby.

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