January 22, 2013 Slideshows » Arts

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Slideshow: Contemporary art at The Alexander 

Nick Walker, who made his name as part of England's underground graffiti scene, now divides his time between the U.K. and the States.
Walker's graffiti can be seen on every floor of the CityWay parking garage connected by a skyway to The Alexander.
Walker's surrogate and trademark character is the Vandal, who appears ostensibly respectable in his bowler hat and gentlemanly garb.
Some of Walker's paintings are hidden in corners of the CityWay parking garage.
Constructed out of plastic combs in tribute to its namesake, Sonya Clark's 'Madam C.J. Walker II' is located in The Alexander's second floor reception area.
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Kim Beck's vinyl on windows 'Lot (Indianapolis) is located in the second floor women's restrooms.
Jorge Pardo designed the Plat 99 lounge located on the second floor of The Alexander.
Alyson Shotz, whose work is currently on display in the lobby of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, created her 'Standing Wave' installation for placement on the ground floor of The Alexander.
Paul Villinski's 'Anthem,' located in the second floor reception area, is comprised of vinyl records, a turntable, record covers and wire.
Nina Katchadourian's 'Heartland' can be seen on the second floor of The Alexander.
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Constructed out of plastic combs in tribute to its namesake, Sonya Clark's 'Madam C.J. Walker II' is located in The Alexander's second floor reception area.
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