Basement studios joined established art spaces to host visitors for the third annual Bloomington Open Studios Tour last weekend.
Book artist Mary Uthuppuru consistently returns to the concept of the book as a physical, mechanical object—not simply a vehicle for information.
Some people drop everything to pursue a dream. Painter Joel Washington, however, keeps his day job to fuel his passion.
Although his pictures contain elements of visual reality, what they seem to represent is not the world out there, but, rather, inner life--a memory, a dream.
"That’s why fashion is so fascinating and interesting, because it reflects something that is happening, that will happen or has happened." - Erich Biehle
Aaron Travers and Arthur Liou collaborate on a piece of art that emulates bioluminescence, and the resulting presentation provides an otherworldly experience.
An exhibition at IU's Lilly Library takes viewers back to the night William S. Burroughs performed onstage with a beloved Bloomington band.
Ed Bernstein’s subject is nothing less than the fate of Western civilization, and his dramatic imagery and art historical sources attest to his ambition.
Jeffrey Wolin's new show pairs photos of residents of Bloomington’s subsidized housing projects taken in the late 80s with their current portraits.
Listen to a tour of one of the world's most comprehensive collections of work by modernist master Henri Matisse, now on view at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.