Brose Partington in Wikipedia

Posted on May 7, 2011 | 0 comments

Brose Partington is an Indianapolis-based kinetic sculptor. He graduated from Cathedral High School in 1998 and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Herron School of Art & Design in 2004. His artworks have been shown in numerous cities across the United States including New York, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles, in European galleries, and the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. Brose’s complete information is now here at Wikipedia:

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“Projected Curiosity” – New Brose Art

Posted on Dec 1, 2009 | 0 comments

This Friday, December 4th join us at our new space in the Murphy Art Center for “Projected Curiosity“. Located at 1043 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46203 from 6-11 p.m. Experience new work by Brose Partington and Jeffrey S. Martin. OPENING: Dec. 4 from 6-11pm iMOCA 1043 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 317.450.6630 Admission is FREE A pair of Indianapolis-based artists will be the first featured in iMOCA’s at the Temporary Contemporary  in the Murphy Art Center in Fountain Square when their show of installation and sculpture opens Dec. 4 Brose Partington and Jeffrey...

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New Work from Brose Partington Oct 2 – 09

Posted on Oct 2, 2009 | 0 comments

Bootleg Exhibitions: Vol. Group Show featuring new work from Brose Partington ( 1656 English Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46201 On the corner of English Ave. and State St. Across from Mt. Comfort Gallery First Friday – Oct. 2nd, 2009 from 6:00 – 10:00 pm

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Brose Partington installs Monon Trail Sculpture

Posted on Sep 30, 2008 | 0 comments

Sunday, Sept. 28th, Brose Partington installed his latest kinetic work on the Monon Trail in Indianapolis,IN. After months of construction and years of planning with the City of Indianapolis, this new sculpture is now available for everyone to see and try. It’s located just behind the Indianapolis Art Center next to the boat ramp. The full photo is here. Artist Statement: “I’m currently building structures as parallels to patterns of natural occurrences. My work examines the subtle movements around us, and the patterns those movements create. I am trying to compare the...

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“Trophy” – Partington and Darr

Posted on Apr 8, 2008 | 0 comments

“Trophy” – the collaborative installation by Brose Partington and James Darr, was held on Friday April 4th, 2008 at the corner of  State Ave. and English Ave. in Indianapolis, IN, USA. Several hundred art enthusiasts came to view this new kinetic sculpture installation. Photos of the “Trophy” event are posted here. Click here to see the video of this sculpture. (Note: You must have the latest Macromedia Flash Plugin installed)...

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Brose Partington at Toys 2007

Posted on Dec 5, 2007 | 0 comments

Brose Partington will be showing a sculpture at the 2007 Primary Colours Toys event.  This year’s art showcase will take place at Gallery No. 2 at the Harrison Center for the Arts (1505 North Delaware St., Indianapolis) on December 7, 2007 from 5 to 10 p.m. Toys exhibits art fashioned around the theme of toys, and invited artists are free to interpret the theme as they see fit. The following artists were invited to produce artwork: Mike Altman  Ryan Alvis Stan Blevins Adam Brouillette Lendell Ervin II Chris Foster Blythe Hager Elizabeth Guipe Hall Mike Akira Litzau Ben...

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Brose Partington Receives Efroymson Grant

Posted on Apr 25, 2007 | 0 comments

Brose Partington was awarded an Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship grant during a reception in Broad Ripple on Tuesday. In its 3rd year, the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship was designed to increase awareness and the importance of the contemporary visual arts in central Indiana. The fellowship is intended to reward creativity and to encourage emerging and established visual artists by supporting their artistic development. The fellowship will all Brose to buy technology, including programmable controllers and motors, to make his art more interactive. In addition, the award will help...

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Brose Partington’s Sculpture in Bridge Art Fair Chicago

Posted on Apr 22, 2007 | 0 comments

Brose Partington’s latest card sculpture will be on display at the Chicago Bridge Art Fair from April 26th to the 30th – 350 West Mart Center – Chicago IL The goal of the Bridge Art Fair, an international exposition of new art, is to broaden the exposure of emerging and contemporary art and artists by providing a cost-effective showcase for the best in new art from both established and emerging galleries, ateliers, storefronts, artist collectives and artist-run spaces. For general information, go to:...

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Brose Partington chosen as solo artist for Lincoln Center

Posted on Feb 15, 2007 | 0 comments

Dam, Stuhltrager presents “TIDE” by Brose Partington -Scope New York, Lincoln Center February 22-26, 2007 Last December at -scopeMiami, Brose Partington’s debut with Dam, Stuhltrager garnered rave reviews. A mere two months later, has been chosen as the solo artist for the entire entrance and exit of -Scope New York at Lincoln Center. A short video of the entrance portion of Brose’s -Scope NYC installation is [HERE] 18 gear box motors. 40 yards of black rip stop nylon fabric. “Tide” is a Brose Partington’s latest and largest self contained,...

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Brose Partington to show new sculpture in -scopeMIAMI

Posted on Dec 2, 2006 | 0 comments

See Brose Partington’s newest sculpture at -scopeMIAMI in booth 90 hosted by the Dam, Stuhltrager gallery of Brooklyn N.Y. from December 6th – 10th, 2006. Miami’s alternative art fair, -scopeMIAMI offers an ultimate opportunity for visitors to experience the contemporary art world scene. Challenging passive viewing, -scopeMiami continues to redefine what an art fair is with an artist-designed 40,000 square-foot pavilion, located in Roberto Clemente Park, the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Art District. 90 international exhibitors will uphold Scope’s unique tradition...

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Posted on Mar 31, 2006 | 0 comments

A new collaborative project kicks off at This web site, the brain-child of Brose Partington, allows visitors to add a color to the large grid on a special web page. When the grid is filled, it will be used in art from Brose and then displayed to the public. If your email is submitted at, you will be notified by email when his art is completed and on public display. Whenwe ask Brose what gave him the idea to use the Web, he responded, “I want to use unique collaborative ideas for some of my future art work and I thought by using the Web, it was the best and...

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