Damn Those Chateaus! Role Playing Illustration Takes Center Stage at iMOCA

by Art Fag City on July 29, 2009 Events

Andrew Guenther, Another Kitchen Disaster, 2009. Image via: iMOCA

Going to be in Indianapolis soon? Why not check out The Cursed Chateau, an exhibition of art work by artists who have a direct or indirect relationship to role-playing games, at the Indianpolis Museum of Contemporary Art. Curator Tim Hutchings invited a select group of artists to play the unaccustomed role of illustrators for the role-playing game adventure book “The Cursed Chateau,” written by James Maliszewski. Disappointingly, this means no artistic response to the June 2008 release of Dungeons & Dragons‘ fourth edition, an event that virtually ground the Internet to a halt. I guess we’ll live.

Participating artists include:  Chris Bors, Olaf Breuning, Kadar Brock, Jeffrey Brown, Kitty Clark, Alex DeMaria, Don Doe, Giovanni Garcia-Fenech, Andrew Guenther, Ketta Ioannidou, Josh Jordan, Matt Lock, Fiona MacNeill, Chris Patch, Jason Phillips, Owen Rundquist, Rebecca Schiffman, Siebren Versteeg, Todd White, Sherry Wong, and Steve Zieser.  Also contributing are the old school game illustrators Pixie Bledsaw and the renowned Erol Otus.

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