Veteran adult entertainer and artist Annie Sprinkle and partner Beth Stephens propose a pleasure-driven approach to environmentalism.
As the Kinsey unveils its Mapplethorpes, a new biography sheds light on a figure central to the photographer's story--and the course of contemporary art.
When women look at men, what do they see? Simple question, right? Not so much, argue the organizers of the current show at IU's Kinsey Institute Gallery.
On this week's episode, we invite filmmaker Monika Treut to talk about her work.
Getting her parents' blessing to pursue a studio art major wasn’t an issue for Katie Hayden. “My mother is a jeweler, so she was encouraging about it."
The broad array of contemporary media represented in this year's juried show extends to saucy neon signs, video of mating moths, and a rhinestone football.
A look at what’s in the limelight for the week of April 11, 2011 in local arts news.
Although pornography has become pervasive in mainstream media, images of nudity in the context of pregnancy, birth and lactation are still considered taboo.
The work titled "Girl With A Pearl Earring" is showing at the Kinsey Institute's 5th annual Jurried Art Show.
The Summer Quest is a chance to uncover the wonders of the world - animal, vegetable and mineral - without ever leaving the comforts of Bloomington.