We’ve teamed up with the Italian art collective Cracking Art to welcome hundreds of animals to the Newfields campus this summer.
Known for his elaborate, humorous, and flamboyant creations, Benjamin B. Green-Field designed hats with anything one could possibly imagine.
This exhibition highlights two of the largest gifts of modern and contemporary art made to the IMA over its 135-year history, donated by longtime supporters Kay Koch, and Joan and Walter Wolf.
Brett Weston and his contemporaries were masters of the craft of black-and-white photography who used their cameras to capture increasingly-abstract forms in the world around them.
Portraits of Our City features hundreds of black and white photographs of local residents and invites the community to discover human connections through people and place.
This exhibition allows guests the rare chance to view paintings from all sides.
This installation features gifts from our friends and donors to the Indianapolis community and will become a new holiday tradition at Newfields.
Admiring all this art and nature can make a person thirsty.
This exhibition features groupings of intricate artworks masterfully created from a wide array of materials.
Experience the season through the eyes (and lens) of our staff and guests with Inspired By Spring, on display on Floor 2 of the historic Lilly House.
Explore the mind(s) behind the madness of Chicago’s “Mad Hatter.”
Take a docent-guided tour of the American Country Place Era home of the late Indianapolis businessman, philanthropist, and collector J.K. Lilly, Jr.
Enjoy a guided tour of this exhibition featuring two of the largest gifts of modern and contemporary art in IMA history.
Just as the Newfields campus is invaded this summer by colorful animals for Summer Wonderland: Spectacular Creatures, the small French town in Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros (1959) is experiencing an invasion of its own.
Curious about something you see? Just ask one of our Ask Me! docents.
Get the most out of your visit to the IMA Galleries with a trained docent as your guide.
Visit one of the most important mid-century modern residences in the country.