The Design Gallery returns with a thematic reinterpretation that offers new insights into the versatile design process—from inspiration to production.
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.
Bridging traditional Japanese arts and Western masterworks, this series includes three dimensional masks from two dimensional works such as the Mona Lisaand Girl with the Pearl Earring.
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.
Known for his elaborate, humorous, and flamboyant creations, Benjamin B. Green-Field designed hats with anything one could possibly imagine.
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.
Explore the artistic legacy of photographer George Platt Lynes through this exhibition of photographs.
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.
Participants are invited to observe, question, and discuss a selected artwork in the galleries with a museum educator.
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.
Indiana’s largest and longest-running film festival will celebrate its 27th anniversary this October across Indianapolis.