The Indianapolis Museum of Art has turned its attention to a park filled with exhibits -- big and small -- in an attempt to lure more visitors both inside and outside. Jeffrey Brown has more.
In a city that known more for its sports teams than for its art scene, the Indianapolis Museum of Art is making moves to redefine itself as a center for contemporary art with the addition of a new art park.
As soon as Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070 into law in April, grassroots groups started protesting. One of the main organizers is 23-year-old artist and activist Ernesto Yerena, who, growing up, didn't have to look very far…
By Molly Finnegan
A partnership between Vice Magazine and Intel, the Creators Project was launched on June 26th in New York, bringing established and emerging artists from around the world together to explore the use of technology in art.
Chuck Close is one of the most-recognized artists of our era, best known for his large-scale portraits of friends, fellow artists and often himself. A new biography, "Chuck Close: Life" was recently published. Jeffrey Brown speaks to its author, Christopher…
By News Desk
More than 40 nations met a year ago in Prague to discuss restitution for Holocaust victims' stolen property. A year later, the countries met again and signed guidelines on how to return the looted assets.
FIFA sanctioned the German art marketing agency Brands United to pull together a series of official posters for soccer’s biggest event. Images courtesy of David Krut Publishing.
2010 Fine Art, a Cape Town-based company, commissioned more than 100 artists from around the globe to create works inspired by the 2010 FIFA World Cup. General Manager Rob Spaull describes the project. All images courtesy of 2010 Fine Art.
As a new generation of soldiers return from combat and are confronted by the internal conflicts brought on by the stress of war, the military, mental health professionals and artists have begun to collaborate on ways to give "wounded warriors"…
"Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York is the first major U.S. retrospective in more than 30 years of one of photography's most original and influential masters.
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