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Long-Sharp Gallery

Long-Sharp Gallery, an extension of ModernMasters Fine Art, has made its permanent home in the Conrad Indianapolis luxury hotel. 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: Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, John (Crash) Matos, Russell Young, and William John Kennedy.

Since opening in 2005, Modern Masters Fine Art has established an enviable reputation in the international print market, selling to private collectors, dealers, galleries, corporations and museums worldwide. Long-Sharp works directly with the foundations and archives of artists such as Haring and Dali to ensure that all works are authentic. ModernMasters features and maintains a 100% owned inventory of approximately 500 master works. Works exhibited at Long-Sharp Gallery will be selected from this inventory. Long-Sharp is also a recognized IFAA (International Fine Art Appraisers) fine art appraiser.

Long-Sharp Gallery is accessible from The Conrad Lobby and from its separate entrance on Illinois Street. Gallery hours are by appointment. Long-Sharp Gallery is accessible to guests of Conrad Indianapolis 24/7. For more information, please visit Long-Sharp Gallery

Upcoming Exhibitions

Wings, From Warhol to Warren

October 3 - January 9

Long-Sharp Gallery will open the exhibit "Wings, from Warhol to Warren" on October 3. This exhibit includes over a dozen of Andy Warhol's early ink drawings, many of which have never been seen by the public. Warhol's works will be shown alongside UK-based artist, Wayne Warren. This exhibit explores inspirations behind each artist's depiction of wings. For Warhol, raised devoutly Catholic, the wings may have been created in homage to his religious beliefs. For Warren, wings represent that which frees us from the human condition - they represent our desires, our aspirations, and our dreams.

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